Sponsors for the 2018 Researcher to Reader Conference
Details of sponsorship packages for 2018 are now available, please contact the Conference management for more information.
Ingenta is the world-leading provider of content solutions that transform business. Combining unmatched publishing knowledge, global operations, and customer support with a suite of commercial applications, content management platforms, advertising software and content services, Ingenta offers the industry’s only full spectrum of solutions to help publishers move their content forward.
Atypon is a technology partner to the scholarly publishing industry. Its content hosting and management platform, Literatum, improves publishers’ site traction and revenues by giving them direct control over how their content is displayed, promoted, and monetized.
HighWire Press, Inc. offers essential online publishing solutions to develop and deliver research publications and online learning products for academic and research communities. With offices in the US and the UK, HighWire provides strategic consulting, professional services and innovative open platform technologies to publishers and professional associations around the world.
Elsevier is a world-leading provider of information solutions that enhance the performance of science, health, and technology professionals.
Research Information is a bimonthly full-colour magazine, sent six times a year at no cost to publishing and information professionals.
Digital Science provides a portfolio of tools that work to make scientific research more efficient.
Sponsors of the 2017 Researcher to Reader Conference
Sponsors of the 2016 Researcher to Reader Conference
(former members of the Association of Subscription Agencies & Intermediaries who have sponsored Researcher to Reader, which replaces the ASA Conference)
Sponsors of previous ASA Conferences have included the following organisations.
- Ex Libris
- International Subscription Agency
- John Wiley & Sons
- Karger Libri
- LM Information Delivery
- Maney Publishing
- Nature Publishing Group