Eurospan's University Press division is one of our oldest marketing divisions, incorporating over 50+ partner-publishers. Today's post is by Charlotte Rose, from our Sales & Marketing team. Let's see what she has to say about her experience working with our University Press list:

As Assistant Sales and Marketing Manager for the University Press division here at Eurospan, I have the pleasure of working on a portfolio of 50+ university presses, most of which are based in North America, but some of which are based as far afield as South Africa, Asia, Australia and New Zealand.

This enriching division of the publishing industry offers an opportunity to work on books written by authors who are leading and respected figures in their fields, and I can honestly say that it never fails to inspire.

The publishing strategies of each of our clients varies, which provides an opportunity to market books in an extensive spectrum of subject areas, from Dance, Music and Theatre Studies to Politics, Religion and Anthropology. As a result, I’m constantly learning and developing new skills.

Lastly, I couldn’t write this post without mentioning our clients! Another joy of my job is working with so many talented people, based all across the globe, many of whom I had the chance to meet at the AAUP (American Association of University Presses) annual conference in Denver, Colorado, earlier on this year. The conference was eye-opening and inspiring (not to mention, exhausting!) and was attended by 650 AAUP members who came together to engage in conversation about all aspects of the world of University Presses.

Our clients are now sharing their Spring / Summer 2016 lists with us, and we, in turn, look forward to sharing these with you. If you’d like to sign up to our mailing list and receive regular updates about new titles, please follow this link. To read more about the University Press division and see various examples of recent promotional literature, please visit our website, here