Kogan Page

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Kogan Page
Founded 1967
Founder Philip Kogan and Terry Page
Country of origin United Kingdom
Headquarters location London
Publication types Books
Nonfiction topics Business
Official website www.koganpage.com

Kogan Page is an independent publishing company founded in 1967 and headquartered in London, United Kingdom, with additional branches in Philadelphia and New Delhi, India.[1][2][3] Kogan Page specialises in specialist professional books and content.[4][5] The company’s Managing Director is Helen Kogan.[6][7][8][9] and the publishing house is home to a number of award-winning authors.[10][11] In 2007, Kogan Page's founder, Philip Kogan, was recognised with an IPG Lifetime Achievement Award.[12]

Publishing areas and partners[edit]

The company operates internationally and publishes in five key areas, leadership and management, marketing, human resources, logistics and entrepreneurship.[13][14] Kogan Page's publishing partners include the Chartered Institute of Public Relations,[15] the Institute of Directors, the Institute of Practitioners in Advertising, Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, the Hay Group, Accenture, The Sunday Times and The Daily Telegraph[16]

List of authors[edit]

Kogan Page has published a number of award-winning books. Published authors include:[17][18][19][20]

  • Michael Armstrong
  • Colin Barrow
  • Alan Cutler
  • Erik de Haan
  • Charles Elvin
  • Mark Gallagher
  • Colin Gautrey
  • Paul Hopkin
  • Jean-Noel Kapferer
  • Anthony Kasozi
  • Malcolm Morley
  • Marion Debruyne[21]
  • Kevin Murray
  • Jo Owen
  • Simon Phillips
  • Norman Pickavance
  • Penny Pullan
  • Robin Ryde
  • Doug Strycharczyck
  • Ralph Cleland Tiffin

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Kogan Page launches India arm". thebookseller.com. 
  2. ^ Announcement (20 April 2010). "Kogan Page now to brew in Indian Market". business-standard.com. 
  3. ^ Simon Caulkin. "How to coin it by being a real bore". the Guardian. 
  4. ^ "US drives Kogan Page growth". thebookseller.com. 
  5. ^ "Kogan Page (KP) » IG Publishing - Welcome to IG Publishing". igpublish.com. 
  6. ^ "Better read than dead: why books will endure". The Independent. 
  7. ^ "Kogan Page narrows losses; Helen Kogan to become m.d.". thebookseller.com. 
  8. ^ "Publisher Focus - Kogan Page". The IPR License Blog. 
  9. ^ "The Core Skills of Digital Publishing: Will You Make the Standard?". londonbookfair.co.uk. 
  10. ^ http://www.bic.org.uk/files/Product%20Data_Accredited%20Organisations%20as%20of%20April%202015_V4.pdf
  11. ^ "CMI book awards celebrate the power of Not Knowing". managers.org.uk. 
  12. ^ "Kingsley, Faber and Kogan win indie awards". thebookseller.com. 
  13. ^ "About Kogan Page". Pioneers of Digital. 
  14. ^ http://web.anglia.ac.uk/anet/faculties/alss/public/ma_publishing_prep_reading_list_2014_15.pdf
  15. ^ "Reading list - Chartered Institute of Public Relations". cipr.co.uk. 
  16. ^ "Leadership PQ – How political intelligence sets successful leaders apart.". managers.org.uk. 
  17. ^ "Has The Procurement-as-a-Service Era Dawned?". Procurement Leaders. 
  18. ^ "GDPR poses the biggest threat to business continuity for the financial services sector for a decade - Tech City News". Tech City News. 
  19. ^ "The Ultimate Marketing Challenge - Paid Attention". The Huffington Post. 
  20. ^ "Celebrating the cultural impact of PR at the V&A". The Independent. 
  21. ^ "Uncertain winner for management book award". thebookseller.com. 

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