Colborne Communications founds new company PubLaunch, parts ways with Pubslush
October 6, 2015, TORONTO — Ontario-based Colborne Communications is parting ways with Pubslush and announcing the start of a new venture called PubLaunch, kicking off on February 1, 2016. PubLaunch is a web-based company that connects trusted industry professionals with writers while providing the crowdfunding services they need to get their projects published.
Colborne Communications announced its acquisition of Pubslush in August. Unfortunately, the deal did not come to fruition and Pubslush has announced that it will be closing its doors after a three-year run as the only crowdfunding site of its kind.
“Our commitment remains unwavering to the authors and publishers who were looking to Pubslush for help on their journeys. We are putting that commitment into action with PubLaunch,” says Greg Ioannou, president of Colborne Communications.
PubLaunch will be the new home for the book world, connecting readers, writers and trusted industry professionals. Using a step-by-step process that guides writers through each stage of publication (from first draft to published book), PubLaunch will unify the multiple people involved in creating a book through one single process, solving a long-standing problem in the publishing industry.
PubLaunch is counting down the days until February 1 on its landing page, where it has outlined the services it will offer to each segment of the publishing industry.
PubLaunch connects writers with the services they need to get published. With an easy-to-use guide that takes writers through the publication process, along with a dedicated crowdfunding service and a site that connects writers, readers and industry professionals, PubLaunch is the new home of independent publishing.
About Colborne Communications:
Colborne Communications is a professional editing and publishing services company based in Toronto. It provides editing, writing, proofreading, indexing and research services to a variety of individual, corporate and government clients, including all of Canada’s major publishers.