Williams takes University of Wales Press into second century with ambitious plans

Williams takes University of Wales Press into second century with ambitious plans

Business is “good but very busy” for the University of Wales Press (UWP), according to its director Natalie Williams. This year, in addition to the logistical challenges posed by the pandemic and Brexit, the press has seen quite a bit of staff turnover, but it is now “in a really good place” as it gears up for its centenary in 2022.
 
Williams and her team are “very excited” about the landmark. She says: “We’re looking at this in three key ways: firstly, to look back at our founding, our mission and to celebrate all of the things that we have achieved over our first 100 years; secondly, t...

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