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  2. Harvard Business Publishing - Wikipedia

    Harvard Business Publishing was founded in 1994 as a not-for-profit, wholly owned subsidiary of Harvard University [1] [2] (distinct from Harvard University Press ), with a focus on improving business management practices. The company consists of three market groups: Higher Education, Corporate Learning, and Harvard Business Review Group.

  3. HUB Uitgevers - Wikipedia

    HUB Uitgevers (HUB Publishers) was a Dutch magazine publisher. HUB Uitgevers was founded in 1993 and has grown to be one of the leading IT publishers, with over 15 consumer titles, and a number of business-to-business magazines. More recently they ventured into the lifestyle segment publishing two women's and a men's magazine.

  4. Heugel (music publisher) - Wikipedia

    Heugel was a French music publishing company, founded in 1839, that became one of the most prolific and ubiquitous businesses of its kind in the nineteenth and early twentieth century. It was taken over in 1980 by Alphonse Leduc and dissolved in 2014. Contents 1 Founding years 2 Era of Henri Heugel 3 Jacques Heugel 4 Last years 5 References

  5. Scholastic Corporation - Wikipedia

    Scholastic Corporation ( / skəlˈæstɪk /) is an American multinational publishing, education and media company that publishes and distributes books, comics, and educational materials for schools, parents, and children. Products are distributed via retail and online sales and through schools via reading clubs and book fairs.

  6. Sepp publishing family - Wikipedia

    Jan Christiaan was an engraver, etcher, bookseller, author as well as illustrator for Nederlandsche Vogelen (in English: Dutch Birds). The price for the complete set of books was 525 Dutch guilders. It must have held the record for being the most expensive book published in the Netherlands for a very long time. Jan Sepp [ edit]

  7. Butterworth-Heinemann - Wikipedia

    Butterworth–Heinemann is a British publishing company specialised in professional information and learning materials for higher education and professional training, in printed and electronic forms. [1] [2] It was formed in 1990 by the merger of Heinemann Professional Publishing and Butterworths Scientific, both subsidiaries of Reed ...

  8. McCann (company) - Wikipedia

    McCann, formerly McCann Erickson, is an American global advertising agency network, with offices in 120 countries. McCann is part of McCann Worldgroup, along with several other agencies, including direct digital marketing agency MRM//McCann, experiential marketing agency Momentum Worldwide, healthcare marketing group McCann Health, branding firm FutureBrand, and public-relations and strategic ...

  9. Edward Elgar Publishing - Wikipedia

    Edward Elgar Publishing is a family-run business. The company is named after the founder and current Chairman Edward Elgar [8] who moved to Gloucestershire to start the business in 1986, from the study of the family home in Middleton. [9] There is no known connection to the famous English composer Edward Elgar . Awards and reputation [ edit]