CAP Extends Agreement with University of Pennsylvania Press for E-Books

Combined Academic Publishers (CAP), a division of Mare Nostrum Group, is pleased to announce that, from 1st July 2023, they will be extending their agreement with University of Pennsylvania 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 Pennsylvania Press’ award-winning and diverse range of print titles in these territories since 2017, and is looking forward to driving sales growth for their digital content in a rapidly expanding and evolving digital landscape.

Clint Kimberling, Director of Sales and Marketing at University of Pennsylvania Press, comments:

Penn Press is excited about furthering our relationship with the Mare Nostrum Group. For years, they have provided us with excellent sales and marketing representation and our new e-book agreement will extend that connection even further.

Georgia Lea, Digital Content Manager at the Mare Nostrum Group, adds:

With every passing year, digital content further cements its position as an essential and valuable resource, and we are pleased to extend our collaboration with the University of Pennsylvania Press to include the sales and marketing of their e-books. We look forward to utilising our experience and expertise to build upon the success we have had with Pennsylvania’s renowned and innovative print list.

 

About University of Pennsylvania Press

Originally incorporated within the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania on 26 March 1890, the University of Pennsylvania Press imprint first appeared on publications in the closing decade of the nineteenth century. As one of the oldest scholarly presses in North America, they publish thought-provoking work to gain better understanding of our shared past and inform a more just and equitable future. With more than 3,000 titles in print, the Press is well known for its distinguished list of publications in medieval studies, anthropology, human rights, religious studies, American studies, literature & cultural studies, business & economics, European & world history.