IPR License Announces Three Key STM Partnerships

IPR License[Press Release]

IPR License announces three key STM partnerships

IPR License, the global rights and licensing specialists, has continued to strengthen its key partnership network within the STM marketplace by announcing affiliations with leading industry names Cambridge University Press, Wiley and Informa.

These high-profile partnerships have further extended IPR’s market presence as increasing numbers of publishers, STM specific and beyond, are benefitting from the ground-breaking capabilities of TradeRights, IPR’s fully transactional rights and licensing marketplace. Plus a raft of marketing opportunities generated by IPR’s growing global presence.

London-based IPR License was founded in 2012. In partnership with the Frankfurt Book Fair and Copyright Clearance Center (CCC) IPR developed TradeRights. In addition IPR offers a range of white-labelled licensing solutions built to specific publisher requirements incorporating full integration with our internal systems. These products are available on a license or buy out basis.

Tom Chalmers, Managing Director of IPR License, commented:

“The stature and market presence of our latest STM partners underlines the giant strides IPR has made in this key licensing sector and we look forward to working closely with these leaders within their respective fields to further extend their rights related activity.

“Looking at general market conditions there is a real desire from publishers, large and small, to maximise the potential attached to all their licensing business. And with technology evolving to play an ever-increasing role in this process, it’s clear that IPR remains best placed to help generate increased licensing business on a global scale.”

Simon Ross, Deputy Managing Director, Global Academic Publishing, CUP, added:

“Our primary mission is to disseminate the best learning and research solutions and partnering with IPR will enable us to widen our distribution channels and create more opportunities across a variety of markets. We look forward to working closely with the IPR team and hope to establish a fruitful, long-term relationship.”

For further information please visit www.iprlicense.com

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