Casemate Experiencing Rapid Growth with New Publishing Clients and Staff
Havertown, PA (20 November 2019): With its no added fees structure and its inclusive publicity and marketing services, the Casemate Group continues to attract new distribution clients in academic and trade channels. Since the recent announcements regarding Dufour and the Imperial War Museums, new distribution clients include Australian Scholarly Publishing, Blikvelduitgevers Publishers, Bridge 21 Publications, Kerns Verlag, Messenger Publications, Neem Tree Press, and Veritas Press.
Australian Scholarly Publishing (ASP) has signed on for print distribution through the Casemate Group in all territories outside Australia/New Zealand and global digital distribution through Casemate Digital, effective 1 January 2020.
Starting immediately, a young, growing publisher, currently focusing primarily on Egyptology, Dutch academic publisher Blikvelduitgevers agrees to global print and digital distribution.
Bridge 21, which publishes in Asian studies and were previously distributed by Taylor & Francis, agrees to global print and digital distribution.
Starting immediately, Kerns Verlag is a new academic client and agrees to representation in all regions and countries, excluding Germany, for print and digital books.
Dublin based Messenger Publications, a growing religious publisher, agrees to US distribution with Casemate IPM and global digital distribution through Casemate Digital.
Neem Tree Press agrees to global distribution, both print and digital and will be represented under Casemate IPM and Casemate Digital.
Veritas Books, a recent Dufour client, is Ireland’s leading religious publisher and retailer, publishing between 40 and 50 books a year in the areas of theology, spirituality, parenting, counselling and related categories, agrees to US print distribution with immediate effect.
To continue to offer a high level of sales and service, Casemate has added new staff to marketing, customer service and sales. Daniel Yesilonis and Jenna Faccenda are recently hired marketing executives. Yesilonis had previously worked at Taylor & Francis and Faccenda at Running Press Book Publishers. Both report to Sam Caggiula.
Jill Tanenbaum is the new customer service manager. Tanenbaum was most recently with EM Sullivan Associates in a Customer Service and Inventory/Logistics role.
Sam Thuman joins Casemate in a sales and data support capacity. Thuman previously worked in data and registration management for Atelier Art Services.
Kate Stein, who had held a management position at Casemate for the past year, is promoted to Sales Director reporting to Michaela Goff. Stein had previously been with Victoria’s Secret holding various positions of escalating responsibility for close to a decade.