10 Habits of Successful Journal Publishers – Free eSeminar
Denver - 07/05/2014 - App Studio® announced today a new, upcoming eSeminar for scientific, technical and medical (STM) journal publishers – “iPad Meets Journal: 10 Habits of Successful Publishers.”
Although mobile publishing is relatively new, it is arguably more disruptive than the Web – and it represents a big opportunity for journal publishers. Join Shaun Barriball, Vice President of Mobile Products for App Studio, on 14 May to gain insight on the best practices leading publishers, such as the British Medical Journal, employ to yield high-profile mobile apps.
eSeminar: 10 Habits of Successful Publishers
Date: 14 May 2014
Time: 8:00 am PDT | 11:00 am EDT | 4:00 pm GMT
Duration: 45 minutes
Presented by: Shaun Barriball, Vice President of Mobile Products, App Studio
Attendees will gain an actionable understanding of how to:
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