Global Publishing Leaders 2013: Klett

Klett Group is a private German educational resource company, which operates 59 subsidiaries at 40 locations in 17 countries. The portfolio comprises traditional textbooks, digital interactive learning solutions, professional literature, and fiction. Continue reading at 'Publishers Weekly'

[ Publishers Weekly | 2013-07-19 00:00:00 UTC ]
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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: China Publishing Group Corporation

China Publishing Group Corporation was founded in 2002 and is one of the largest holding structures in Chinese publishing. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2017: Klett Group

The Klett Group is Germany’s leading private provider of educational and continued education services. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2016: Klett Group

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Global Publishing Leaders 2015: Klett Group

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Global Publishing Leaders 2014: Klett Group

The Klett Group is Germany’s leading private provider of educational and continued education services, with 61 subsidiaries at 36 locations in 14 countries. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: China Education

In December 2010, China Education Publishing & Media Group (China Education) was formed as a strategic merger to reshape educational publishing. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: Kodansha

Kodansha was started by Seiji Noma in 1909 as a spin-off of the Dai-Nippon Yūbenkai (Greater Japan Oratorical Society). Its first publication was the literary magazine Yūben. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: Cornelsen

The German Franz Cornelsen Bildungsgruppe (Franz Cornelsen Education Group) creates and distributes learning services and educational materials for a market spanning from pre-school education to vocational training. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: Holtzbrinck

Georg von Holtzbrinck GmbH publishing group is a family-owned company headquartered in Germany. It publishes both print and electronic media in more than 80 countries, and serves educational, professional, and general readership markets. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: Kadokawa Shoten

The Kadokawa Group, which aims to become a "Mega Software Publisher," is moving beyond its existing publishing business to achieve sustainable growth in film and software (which includes websites and mobile sites), and by developing business overseas with an emphasis on Asia. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: Média Participations

The Belgium-French group Média Participations is the largest publisher of comic books in Europe. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: La Martinière

Founded in 1992 by Hervé de la Martinière, the French publishing company initially focused on illustrated books in Photography, Heritage, Art, and Leisure, and is now also active in general trade. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: Bertelsmann

Bertelsmann is an international media company with divisions in broadcasting (RTL Group), print and digital trade publishing (Random House), magazine publishing (Gruner + Jahr), outsourcing services (Arvato), and printing (Be Printers). Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: Gallimard

Gallimard has been home to many of the most prestigious writers in French literature throughout the 20th century, including Marcel Proust, Albert Camus, Jean-Paul Sartre, and 2008 Nobel laureate Jean-Marie Gustave Le Clézio. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: Bungei Shunjū Ltd.

Bungei Shunjū Ltd. was established in 1923 by the best selling writer Kan Kikuchi. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: Haufe-Lexware

Haufe-Lexware is a German media group operating in business, law, and tax. The company was founded as Rudolf Haufe Verlag in 1934 in Berlin. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: AST

AST was established in 1990 by Alexei Gertsev, Sergei Derevianko and Tatiana Derevianko as "Creative Cooperative Association AST" (Russian: Творческое кооперативное объединение, or АСТ). Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: Hachette Livre

Hachette Livre (Lagardère Publishing) is a leading publisher in three key languages: French, Spanish and English. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Global Publishing Leaders 2013: Cengage

Cengage Learning is present in six educational markets: academic, career, school, research, professional, and international. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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