Turning the (Kogan) Page

Turning the (Kogan) Page

Kogan Page is that rare thing among publishers: 50 years old, and still standing as an independent “of size”. If you have been around the publishing sector for any length of time, chances are you will have heard of the business, even if you’re not so aware of its publishing. Managed over its first four decades by co-founder Philip Kogan, the business-book press was high profile partly because of Kogan’s unapologetic style and the firm’s prominence among UK-based independent publishers.

Since 2006 the company has been headed by his daughter, Helen Kogan, who joined in 2000 after a career as...

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