IPR License has enhanced its sub-agent and scouting network and broadened its proposition across Eastern Europe, Russia and Asia to meet growing demand.
Online PR News – 07-July-2014 – London – IPR License, the global and digital marketplace for whole books rights, has enhanced its sub-agent and scouting network and broadened its proposition across Eastern Europe, Russia and Asia to meet growing demand from new publisher and author members.
IPR License has added to its existing routes to market across the globe via an exclusive agreement with Andrew Nurnberg Associates to represent titles throughout Eastern Europe & Russia whilst also engaging new sub-agents in South Korea and Japan.
This follows the recent partnership with Beijing-based The Charlesworth Group who will act as an agent for IPR License to engage with Chinese publishers and help facilitate rights and licensing transactions through TradeRights – IPR’s fully transactional platform for whole book rights.
Tom Chalmers, Managing Director at IPR License, commented:
“Since the arrival of our licensing manager Caroline Sloan from Penguin Random House we have revamped our sub-agent and scout networks to form even stronger connections across a larger number of international territories.
“The quality of our sub-agents and scouts is a key element in unlocking vast amounts of licensing revenue for the highly marketable work we have on our platform. We appreciate the need to have experts on the ground in key territories and are constantly looking to increase our company network to promote our members’ available rights to an international publishing audience on a daily basis.”
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