We also deliver training for other organisations both in the UK and internationally. Often our international training is organised through a regional publishers’ association, so if yours might be interested in working with us, do contact them – or us – to suggest it. Here are a few of the partners we’re working with at the moment.
The Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers (ALPSP)
ALPSP’s stated mission is: ‘to connect, train and inform the scholarly and professional publishing community and to be an advocate on behalf of the non-profit publishing sector’. Rachel Maund runs Introduction to Journals Marketing for ALPSP, and with Paul Crabtree, How to Make Content More Discoverable through SEO.
Publishing Ireland (The Irish Book Publishers’ Association)
‘We support book publishers by working as a network to deliver projects, promotions, training, expertise, forums, advocacy, information sharing and general representation.’
If you’re based in Ireland and would like to see one or more Marketability training days scheduled for 2016, get in touch with Stephanie Lawless, (email@example.com).
The network, trade and development body for book publishing in Scotland. Our courses, including Copywriting, Grammar, Emarketing and Social Media Marketing have run regularly in Edinburgh over the years.
Get in touch with Joan Lyle (Joan.Lyle@publishingscotland.org) if you’d like to vote for a Marketability course to be brought to Scotland, and we’ll see what we can do.
Publishing Training Centre
Especially strong in editorial skills, The Publishing Training Centre is a very established training provider to publishers and has been a friend (and sometime rival!) of Rachel Maund and Marketability for many years. Today we work together to promote the benefits of all of the training options offered between us.
Rachel delivers the marketing session on their flagship Commissioning and List Management (residential) training programme.