PMPH-USA and Eurospan press release
Chairman Chen (Chairman of PMPH-USA's parent company, People's Medical Publishing House) and Michael Geelan, Chairman and Managing Director of Eurospan, sign a contract on 9th October, 2014 at Frankfurt Book Fair. The contract extends their companies' partnership to cover the marketing, sales and distribution of PMPH-USA's western medicine titles. Marty Wonsiewicz, President of PMPH-USA, and two PMPH staff members stand behind the signatories.
KEY NEW TITLE: The Great Cold War: A Journey Through the Hall of Mirrors
KEY NEW TITLE: Down and Out in the Great Depression: Letters from the Forgotten Man
KEY NEW TITLE: This Gaming Life: Travels in Three Cities
KEY NEW TITLE: The JFK Assassination Debates: Lone Gunman Versus Conspiracy
KEY NEW TITLE: Of Spies and Spokesmen: My Life as a Cold War Correspondent
KEY NEW TITLE: Cricket War: The Inside Story of Kerry Packer's World Series Cricket
KEY NEW TITLE: The First West Indian Cricket Tour: Canada and the United States in 1886
ANNOUNCEMENT: Distribution agreement with American Mathematical Society
KEY NEW TITLE: What Colour Is Your Brain?
ANNOUNCEMENT: Distribution agreement with People's Medical Publishing House, Beijing
KEY NEW TITLE: Country Pursuits
ANNOUNCEMENT: Turpin acquired from Swets
For further details of any of the announcements here, please contact info @ eurospangroup.com
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Book Review Editors of national or regional newspapers and magazines may request a galley, or advance copy, of any one of our popular new titles, by contacting our marketing team at marketing @ eurospangroup.com. Accredited Book Reviewers of established academic, scholarly or professional journals may request a copy of any title relevant to their publication which will be dispatched as soon after UK publication as is possible.
In both cases, please make your title selection by browsing http://eurospanbookstore.com before emailing your request to reviews @ eurospangroup.com. Orders for forthcoming titles will be recorded for later supply and all books, whether in galley or printed form, will be sent at no charge.