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Cambridge journals offer societies a uniquely stable publishing environment and total commitment to excellence.

Cambridge is a not-for-profit publisher dedicated to the world-wide dissemination of knowledge across a wide range of subject areas. We have a long and distinguished history in journals publishing, spanning nearly 200 years. Many of our journals are the leading academic publications in their fields and together they form one of the most valuable and comprehensive bodies of research available today.

Because of our not-for-profit status, we can offer society partners a uniquely stable publishing environment in a volatile market place and total commitment to academic excellence, free of short-term shareholder demands. We are also able to reinvest surpluses back into the programme to the benefit of all our journals.

We seek to set the standard in editorial and production values and online distribution and offer our partners the benefits of a global sales and marketing network. We have 11 branches covering our main sales territories of North America, Europe, Australia, East Asia, India, South America, North Africa and the Middle East and South Africa.

Cambridge recognises the need of its publishing partners to maintain a large degree of independence while at the same time requiring a high level of professional publishing advice and support. The service we offer our individual partners is based on a thorough understanding of their goals and requirements, which informs the activity we conduct on their behalf.

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