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Arnaud Nourry announces succession plans at Hachette UK

Tim Hely Hutchinson is to retire as CEO of Hachette UK at the end of 2017.

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John Murray Press

Publicity Manager

We are seeking a talented communications professional to join our team as a Publicity Manager. You will be responsible for securing innovative and widespread PR coverage for titles across our list of bestselling and prize-winning fiction and non-fiction, as well as working closely with marketing and sales colleagues to lead teams that drive and deliver fully integrated campaigns.

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Hachette UK announces the creation of a single publishing division for children’s books

Tim Hely Hutchinson, CEO of Hachette UK, announces the creation of the Hachette Children’s Group, a single publishing division comprising Hachette Children’s Books, Orion Children’s Publishing and Little, Brown Books for Young Readers.

John Murray Press

Publicity Manager

John Murray Press, the award-winning division of the UK’s leading book publisher Hachette UK, are seeking a talented Communications professional to join our team as maternity cover for up to a year.

Robert Galbraith

The Silkworm

Little, Brown announces The Silkworm, the new novel from the Number One bestselling author of The Cuckoo's Calling.

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Hodder Education acquires Galore Park

Hodder Education is delighted to announce today the acquisition of Galore Park, the publisher of textbooks, revision guides and past papers for the Common Entrance market. The acquisition complements Hodder Education's strengths, giving it an even greater presence in the late Primary and early Secondary education markets.

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David Young to retire

Tim Hely Hutchinson, CEO of Hachette UK, today announces that David Young will stand down from his roles as CEO of the Orion Publishing Group and Deputy CEO of Hachette UK and retire from publishing at the end of 2015. Also announced are promotions and new appointments at Orion and Little, Brown.

Robert Galbraith

The Cuckoo's Calling

Little, Brown Book Group confirm that Robert Galbraith is a pseudonym for J.K. Rowling, as reported in The Sunday Times on 14th July, and that the story was correct in that it was not a leak or part of a marketing campaign.

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Little, Brown Book Group Acquires Constable & Robinson

Ursula Mackenzie, CEO of Little, Brown, and Nova Jayne Robinson, Chairman of Constable & Robinson are delighted to announce that, with immediate effect, Constable & Robinson will join Little, Brown Book Group.

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Hachette Children's Group

Designer, Orchard Books

We are now seeking a new Designer to support our Art Directors in creating outstanding, award winning cover designs and book interiors. The successful candidate will work across middle-grade and YA fiction for Orchard Books – from World of Norm to Ally Carter

Hachette Children's Group

Rights Executive

The Rights Executive will be responsible for selling the group's fiction lists across a number of rights markets. The role is based in London and involves travel up to 8 weeks a year to designated markets.

Hachette Children's Group

Senior Rights Executive

This is an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated individual to join the dynamic Rights team of one of the UK's leading children's book publishers.

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David North Appointed Managing Director of Quercus

Jamie Hodder-Williams announced today that David North, currently Executive Publisher, has been appointed Managing Director of Quercus with immediate effect.

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Hodder & Stoughton

Senior Marketing Manager

Sufferer of #bookhangovers? Booster of brand authors? Savvy with your social stories? Then come and put your commercial nous and creativity to good use as part of the #HodderMarketing team. We’re looking for an experienced, energetic and entertaining Senior Marketing Manager with a commercial bent, a way with words and a particular interest in YA and commercial fiction. You’ll have a diverse remit working across bestselling authors such as Chris Ryan, Liani Taylor, Sabine Durrant, Oli White and Erin Kelly, running consumer-facing communities, managing social accounts and devising and implementing multi-layered campaigns.

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Hachette UK uses NetGalley for Digital Proofs

Hachette UK has joined NetGalley to promote and publicise their books.

Hodder & Stoughton

Senior Marketing Manager

We're looking for an experienced, energetic and entertaining Senior Marketing Manager with a commercial bent, a way with words and a particular interest in YA and commercial fiction.