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ePubDirect Start 2014 With the Addition of Four New Sales Channel Partners

ePubDirect Start 2014 With the Addition of Four New Sales Channel Partners Press Release

Global eBook distributor ePubDirect has announced further expansion of its worldwide eBook distribution network with the addition of four new sales channels; Magzter, 3M, Librify and RM Books. The agreements extend the reach of the company’s client publishers in North America and the UK. The outlets will be available to all ePubDirect customers from 24th January 2014.

Magzter is a digital only cross platform global digital magazine and eBook store. The agreement with ePubDirect is a first in the UK for the company.  The Magzter app was launched in June 2011 and is currently available across multiple devices. They have a global audience of just over 17 million subscribers with over 4 million in the US and over 2 million in the UK.

Marzia Ghiselli, Director, Magzter said “‘We’re delighted to be working with ePub Direct and their publishers to offer our 17 million global users access to a varied and growing catalogue of titles. Magzter already partners with over 1,000 publishers globally and we are very excited to be able to offer our customers an even greater range of content”.

3M Cloud Library is a US based library provider, they currently work with more than 40 publishers including Penguin, Simon & Schuster.

Librify is a shared reading and retail platform targeting book clubs with a Book of the Month Club–style subscription service.  Providing publishers with an important new retail channel and direct ways to interact with consumers, Librify aims to redefine the publisher to reader relationship.

RM Books is a UK based company, part of publically traded RM Education. Now available to over 5,500 RM Books is the first eBook solution that has been specifically designed for schools.

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