Our Clients
Hachette UK
Hachette UK

Owned by Hachette Livre, the second largest publisher in the world, Hachette UK is the largest and one of the most diversified book publishers in the UK. The UK group is made up of several publishing companies and imprints including Hachette Children's Books, Headline Publishing Group, Hodder & Stoughton, Hodder Education, John Murray, Little, Brown Publishing Group, Octopus Publishing Group and Orion Publishing Group with international companies Hachette Book Group Australia, Hachette New Zealand, Hachette India, Hachette Ireland and Hachette Scotland.
    
The Penguin Group
The Penguin Group

One of the biggest names in publishing, Penguin Books was founded in 1935 by Allen Lane, with the intention of making high quality, reasonably priced, contemporary fiction available in bookshops, railway stations, tobacconists and chain stores. Today, Penguin has over 5,000 titles in print at any one time, and is home to such diverse imprints as Frederick Warne, Ladybird, Michael Joseph, Puffin and Rough Guides.
Dorling Kindersley
Dorling Kindersley

Founded in 1974, Dorling Kindersley (DK) started life as a book packager, and is now widely regarded as the world's leading family illustrated publisher, specialising in reference books for adults and children in 51 languages. In 2000, DK was taken over by the Pearson PLC media company, which also owns Penguin Books.
    
The Random House Group
The Random House Group

In the UK,The Random House Group Limited is comprised of four divisions with different publishing remits: Random House, Transworld, Ebury and Random House Children's Books. The Group is the largest general book publishing company in the country.
Bloomsbury Publishing
Bloomsbury Publishing

Founded in 1986 by Nigel Newton, Bloomsbury Publishing is a leading independent publisher and winner of the 1999 and 2000 Publisher of the Year awards. Bloomsbury Publishing has offices in the United Kingdom, United States and Europe and includes such renowned publishers and imprints as A&C Black, Arden Shakespeare, Berg, Bloomsbury Academic, Bloomsbury Professional, Berlin Verlag, Bloomsbury USA and Walker & Company.
    
Harvard University Press
Harvard University Press

Founded in 1913, Harvard University Press is a worldwide publisher of works of the highest quality and enduring value, consistent with the standards and values of one of the world¹s greatest universities.
Walker Books
Walker Books

Founded in 1978 by Sebastian Walker, Walker Books is Britain's leading independent publisher of high quality books for children of all ages. The company now produces over 300 paperback and hardback titles a year, more than any other children's book publisher in the UK.
    
Candlewick Press
Candlewick Press

Candlewick Press are based in Cambridge, Massachusetts and publish children’s books for readers of all ages. Created in 1991, they have received more than 300 accolades and honours, and have been named "the fastest growing children’s publisher in the U.S." by Publishers Weekly.
Pan Macmillan
Pan Macmillan

Pan Macmillan are one of the largest fiction and non-fiction book publishers in the UK. They include the imprints of Pan, Picador and Macmillan Children’s Books. The company has offices in 41 countries world-wide and operates in over 70 countries.
    
Random House Australia
Random House Australia

Random House Australia (RHA) is part of the Random House Group, one of the largest publishing houses in the world. RHA invests strongly in Australian publishing and has established a firm reputation for an impressive array of Australian titles from literary fiction to popular fiction, non-fiction, illustrated and children's.
Egmont UK
Egmont UK

Originally set up as a printing business over 130 years ago Egmont UK is part of the Egmont Group, one of Scandinavia’s leading media groups. Selling 28 million books and magazines solely for children each year, Egmont is number two in the UK children’s book and magazine market.
    
Bonnier Publishing
Bonnier Publishing

Bonnier Publishing is part of the books division of the Bonnier Group Sweden who are amongst the top 20 biggest publishers in the world. Its roots can be traced to 1999 when the Bonnier Group acquired Autumn Publishing. Since then it has grown mainly through acquisitions some of these include Templar, Hot Key Books and Weldon Owen.
Faber & Faber
Faber & Faber

Faber and Faber is one of the last of the great independent publishing houses in London. It has played an important part in twentieth century British and world literature, publishing widely in the fields of novels and literary criticism, as well as poetry and dramaturgy.
    
Pearson Education
Pearson Education

The leading education services company, Pearson Education, publishes a range of educational materials from textbooks to eLearning programmes. Operating in more than 70 countries, Pearson Education is the latest Pearson company to join Penguin Books and Dorling Kindserley as a Virtusales customer.
Atlantic Books
Atlantic Books

Based in London, Atlantic Books are an imprint of the American Publisher; Grove Atlantic. Their books are available throughout the UK, Australia, New Zealand and the Commonwealth.
    
Canongate Books
Canongate Books

Since October 1994, when Canongate Books became independent again following a management buyout, they have emerged as one of the most dynamic publishing houses in Britain. Based in Edinburgh, Canongate continues to nurture and publish new talent from around the world.
Kogan Page
Kogan Page

Founded in 1967, Kogan Page is Europe’s leading and largest independent business book publisher offering practical information and guidance to professionals, managers, entrepreneurs and students. It enjoys the second largest share of the business book market and is the biggest player in the career and personal development area.
    
DreamWorks Animation
DreamWorks Animation

DreamWorks Animation creates computer generated animated feature films, television programmes and online virtual worlds. Based in Glendale California, DreamWorks has released more than 25 feature films including Shrek, Kung Fu Panda, Madagascar and How To Train Your Dragon.
Dutch Media
Dutch Media

Based in Amsterdam, Dutch Media is one the largest publishing houses in Holland. Founded in 2007, it has four imprints focusing on fiction, non-fiction mainly for children and young adults. Dutch Media also publishes graphic novels, magazines and produces films.
    
Granta Books
Granta Books

Granta began its literary life as a student magazine born out of Cambridge University in 1889. Now over a hundred years later, Granta is still famous for publishing inspiring and thought provoking literature from some of the world’s finest writers. Portobello Books is also run out of Granta’s offices and was short-listed for Independent Publisher of the year in 2009.
Constable and Robinson
Constable and Robinson

In 1999, Constable & Co Ltd and Robinson Publishing Ltd merged into a single company, Constable & Robinson Ltd. Publishing a huge range of titles including biography and autobiography, current affairs and world politics, general and military history, health and psychology, travel, landscape photography, crime fiction and literary fiction.
    
Profile Books
Profile Books

Founded in 1996 to publish stimulating non-fiction Profile Books published their first million copy seller, Eats, Shoots & Leaves by Lynne Truss in 2003. In 2007, Profile acquired Serpent’s Tail, bringing together two of the most distinctive, highly regarded and fiercely independent small publishers in London.
University of Georgia Press
University of Georgia Press

University of Georgia Press is the only scholarly publisher within the University System of Georgia. A full member of the Association of American University Presses since 1940, the Press is also the oldest and largest book publisher in the state. With a full-time staff of 26 publishing professionals, the Press currently publishes 75-80 books a year and has 1,800 titles in print.
    
Wayne State University Press
Wayne State University Press

Wayne State University Press is a distinctive publisher committed to supporting its parent institution’s core research, teaching, and service mission by generating high quality scholarly and general interest works of global importance.

VersoBooks

VersoBooks is the largest independent, radical publishing house in the English-speaking world, publishing eighty books a year from its offices in New York and London.
    
Hay House UK
Hay House UK

Founded in 1984 by Louise L. Hay to self-publish her first two books, Hay House was incorporated as a US company in 1987 and later set up the UK office in February 2003. Hay House is now an international leader in self-help and transformational publishing, with sales of books, audios and videos to 33 countries around the world.
Michael O'Mara Books
Michael O'Mara Books

Founded in 1985, independent publishing house Michael O'Mara Books has established a reputation for high-profile autobiographies and biographies, innovative humour and non-fiction, as well as their highly commercial nostalgic children's books published under the Buster Books imprint, which also carries the very successful Doodle range of books.
    
Penn State University Press
Penn State University Press

As the publishing arm of the Pennsylvania State University and a division of the Penn State University Libraries and Scholarly Communications, Penn State University Press is dedicated to serving the University community, the citizens of Pennsylvania, and scholars worldwide by publishing books and journals of the highest quality.
Syracuse University Press
Syracuse University Press

Syracuse University Press, founded in 1943, is part of Syracuse University and has led the way into many important realms of scholarly publication. The areas of focus for the Press include Middle East Studies, Native American Studies, Peace and Conflict Resolution, Irish Studies and Jewish Studies, among others.
    
SPCK
SPCK

For over 300 years, the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (SPCK) has been publishing materials to encourage growth in the Christian faith. SPCK produce a wide range of physical books, ebooks and digital resources.
Arcturus Publishing
Arcturus Publishing

A leading, independent UK packager and publisher. For 20 years Arcturus has been publishing books that appeal to a broad, international market. Arcturus' non-fiction ranges cover reference, practical art, new age, classics, puzzles and children's books.
    

CABI

CABI is a not-for-profit inter-governmental organisation focusing on agricultural and environmental scientific research. Its publishing division produces scientific publications on a number of subject areas including agriculture, plant sciences, veterinary medicine, environmental, food, nutrition and tourism.

Bold Strokes Books

Based in Johnsonville, New York, Bold Stroke Books publishes a range of fiction and non-fiction for adults and young adults. Founded in 2004, it specialises in a diverse range of topics including gender, sexuality, self-esteem, peer relationships, ethics and life issues.
    
Ian Allan Publishing
Ian Allan Publishing

Founded in 1942, Ian Allan are the world's leading transport publishers producing high quality illustrated titles and magazines. Dedicated to transport throughout history, military, civil aviation, naval and maritime, and leisure, Ian Allan also have four bookshops across the UK.
APA Insight Guides
APA Insight Guides

Founded by Hans Johannes Hofer, Insight Guides publish travel guides for commercial and domestic use. With over 40 years’ experience of publishing high-quality, visual travel guides APA Insight Guides aim to give readers not only reliable and practical information, but a real understanding into the historical and cultural background of destinations.
    
RosettaBooks
RosettaBooks

RosettaBooks is the largest independent eBook publisher, annually selling over a million eBooks worldwide. Headquartered in New York City, today the company's 500-plus title list includes leading back and frontlist titles, original short eBook lines and original digital-only titles across a broad array of publishing categories in fiction and non-fiction.
Pushkin Press

The UK based Publishing House promotes international writing, from modern classics to new fiction. Pushkin Press also publishes international titles for children under their Pushkin Children's Books imprint.
    
Chalice Press
Chalice Press

Chalice Press is the Imprint of the Christian Board of Publications, a non-profit organisation that publishes Christian titles and study guides.
Duckworth Overlook

Duckworth Overlook remains the oldest independent publisher in general trade publishing after forming in 1898. It was responsible for publishing seminal works of literature from the likes of Virginia Woolf, W. H. Davies, Anthony Powell and D.H. Lawrence and is highly respected in the industry to this day.
    
The Book Service Ltd
The Book Service Ltd

TBS, The Book Service Ltd is Britain's largest book distributor. They are used by 50 different imprints and distribute annually 100 million books.
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