Kogan Page

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Kogan Page
Founded 1967
Founder Philip Kogan and Terry Page
Country of origin United Kingdom
Headquarters location London
Distribution The Book Service (UK)
Ingram Publishers Services (US)[1]
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, with branches in Philadelphia and New Delhi.[2][3][4] Kogan Page specialises in specialist professional books and content.[5][6] The company’s Managing Director is Helen Kogan.[7][8][9][10] and the publishing house is home to a number of award-winning authors.[11][12] In 2007, Kogan Page's founder, Philip Kogan, was recognised with an IPG Lifetime Achievement Award.[13]

Publishing areas and partners[edit]

The company operates internationally and publishes in five key areas: leadership and management, marketing, human resources, logistics, and entrepreneurship.[14][15] Kogan Page's publishing partners include the Chartered Institute of Public Relations,[16] 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[17]

List of authors[edit]

Kogan Page has published a number of award-winning books. Published authors include:[18][19][20][21]

  • Michael Armstrong
  • Colin Barrow
  • Alan Cutler
  • Erik de Haan
  • Charles Elvin
  • Mark Gallagher
  • Colin Gautrey
  • Paul Hopkin
  • Jean-Noel Kapferer
  • Anthony Kasozi
  • JP Kuehlwein
  • Malcolm Morley
  • Marion Debruyne[22]
  • Kevin Murray
  • Jo Owen
  • Simon Phillips
  • Norman Pickavance
  • Penny Pullan
  • Robin Ryde
  • Wolfgang Schaefer
  • Paul Sloane
  • Doug Strycharczyck
  • Ralph Cleland Tiffin

References[edit]

  1. ^ Book Trade
  2. ^ "Kogan Page launches India arm". thebookseller.com. 
  3. ^ Announcement (20 April 2010). "Kogan Page now to brew in Indian Market". business-standard.com. 
  4. ^ Simon Caulkin. "How to coin it by being a real bore". the Guardian. 
  5. ^ "US drives Kogan Page growth". thebookseller.com. 
  6. ^ "Kogan Page (KP) » IG Publishing - Welcome to IG Publishing". igpublish.com. 
  7. ^ "Better read than dead: why books will endure". The Independent. 
  8. ^ "Kogan Page narrows losses; Helen Kogan to become m.d". thebookseller.com. 
  9. ^ "Publisher Focus - Kogan Page". The IPR License Blog. Archived from the original on 2015-06-19. 
  10. ^ "The Core Skills of Digital Publishing: Will You Make the Standard?". londonbookfair.co.uk. 
  11. ^ http://www.bic.org.uk/files/Product%20Data_Accredited%20Organisations%20as%20of%20April%202015_V4.pdf
  12. ^ "CMI book awards celebrate the power of Not Knowing". managers.org.uk. 
  13. ^ "Kingsley, Faber and Kogan win indie awards". thebookseller.com. 
  14. ^ "About Kogan Page". Pioneers of Digital. 
  15. ^ http://web.anglia.ac.uk/anet/faculties/alss/public/ma_publishing_prep_reading_list_2014_15.pdf
  16. ^ "Reading list - Chartered Institute of Public Relations". cipr.co.uk. 
  17. ^ "Leadership PQ – How political intelligence sets successful leaders apart". managers.org.uk. 
  18. ^ "Has The Procurement-as-a-Service Era Dawned?". Procurement Leaders. 
  19. ^ "GDPR poses the biggest threat to business continuity for the financial services sector for a decade - Tech City News". Tech City News. 
  20. ^ "The Ultimate Marketing Challenge - Paid Attention". The Huffington Post. 
  21. ^ "Celebrating the cultural impact of PR at the V&A". The Independent. 
  22. ^ "Uncertain winner for management book award". thebookseller.com. 

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