CAP Extends Agreements With University of Nebraska Press for E-Books
Combined Academic Publishers (CAP), a division of the Mare Nostrum Group, is pleased to announced that, from 1st January 2023, they will be extending their agreement with University of Nebraska Press to include responsibility for the sales and marketing of their e-books in the UK, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia Pacific.
CAP has represented University of Nebraska Press’ award-winning and diverse range of print titles in these territories for almost 20 years, and is looking forward to driving sales growth for their digital content in a rapidly expanding and evolving digital landscape.
Jane Ferreyra, director of University of Nebraska Press, comments:
The University of Nebraska Press has a long and rewarding relationship with Combined Academic Publishers for the representation of our books across the globe. We are tremendously excited to now include our e-books in that portfolio and look forward to the continuing growth of our partnership and our readership!
Georgia Lea, digital content manager at the Mare Nostrum Group, adds:
The demand for digital content in recent times has increasingly demonstrated that e-books are an integral part of academic publishing, and we are delighted to extend our collaboration with the University of Nebraska Press to include the sales and marketing of their e-books. We look forward to using our expertise and dynamic approach to build upon the success we have had with Nebraska’s high-quality print list.
About University of Nebraska Press
Founded in 1941, the University of Nebraska Press is a scholarly and general interest press that publishes 170 new and reprint titles annually under the Nebraska, Bison Books, and Potomac Books imprints, and in partnership with the Jewish Publication Society. As the largest and most diversified university press between Chicago and California, with over 3,000 books in print, the University of Nebraska Press is best known for publishing works in Native studies, history, sports, anthropology and geography, American studies, cultural criticism, and creative works.