ROCKVILLE, Md., June 20, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Simba Information has released a new white paper that describes the changes affecting the global scientific, technical and medical (STM) publishing market.
5 Key Trends to Watch in STM Publishing explains how STM publishing continues to shift in tandem with the rise of the open access movement, the impact of mobile technology, and the changing demand for journals, books and digital content. This quick-to-read white paper offers clear insights into a complex market environment in the midst of significant transition.
Download the complimentary white paper today: https://www.simbainformation.com/Content/White-Paper-5-Key-Trends-to-Watch-in-STM-Publishing
As a leading authority for market intelligence, Simba Information closely tracks the STM publishing market and produces a large collection of reports on different aspects of the industry. The research presented in the STM publishing white paper draws on the following reports by Simba Information:
- Publishing for the Mobile Professional 2018-2021
- Open Access Journal Publishing 2018-2022
- Open Access Book Publishing 2018-2022
- Global Social Science and Humanities Publishing 2018-2022
- Scholarly & Professional E-Book Publishing 2019-2022
About Simba Information
Simba Information is widely recognized as the leading authority for market intelligence in the media and publishing industry. Simba’s extensive information network delivers top quality, independent perspective on the people, events and alliances shaping the media and information industry. Simba publishes newsletters and research reports that provide key decision-makers at more than 15,000 client companies around the globe with timely news, analysis, exclusive statistics and proprietary industry forecasts. For more information, please visit www.simbainformation.com.
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