Salt seeks to double turnover following PGUK partnership

Salt seeks to double turnover following PGUK partnership

Buoyed by a publishing “crack team” and a new sales relationship with PGUK, independent publisher Salt is going from strength to strength, and its directors hope an increased focus on fewer, bigger titles will help this success to continue.

The team is on target to double the size of the business. Director Jen Hamilton-Emery, who runs the business with her husband Chris, told The Bookseller that the duo intend to “grow [the publisher] but to do so in a very controlled way”. With turnover for the five and a half months of the 2016 financial year at £107,954, the company is on track to surpa...

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