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Adrian Greenwood Joins The Aurum Publishing Group As International Sales Director

Posted at 8:34PM Sunday 10 Feb 2013

We are pleased to announce that Adrian Greenwood has joined The Aurum Publishing Group in the newly created role of International Sales Director. He will lead a team of three selling group titles in all international markets alongside those of its US sister company, the Quayside Publishing Group.

David Graham, Managing Director of The Aurum Publishing Group says: "I am delighted that The Aurum Publishing Group has attracted someone of the outstanding caliber and experience of Adrian. His appointment signals a serious intent – by us and our colleagues at Quayside – to significantly develop our business around the world"

Adrian Greenwood, International Sales Director says: "This is a very exciting time to be joining The Aurum Publishing Group and Quayside. Both Groups have a huge breadth and depth of publishing, and ambitious plans for growth across all sectors. I am delighted to be a part of that and look forward to the challenge of growing the business around the world."

Adrian joins The Aurum Publishing Group/Quayside from Sterling Publishing where he was Director of UK & Export Sales.

For more information, please contact:

Jessica Axe - Publicity Director: The Aurum Publishing Group - Aurum Press, Frances Lincoln, Jacqui Small, Union Books. Tel: +44 (0)20 7284 9364, jessica.axe@aurumpublishinggroup.com




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