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Cambridge University Press announces appointment of Michael Peluse as Managing Director, Americas
Cambridge University Press announces that Michael Peluse will join the New York office as Managing Director, Americas effective January 2012. He will also serve as global Managing Director for English Language Teaching, a division which accounts for over a third of Cambridge's publishing sales revenue.
Peluse comes to New York from Spain where, as Director of the Cambridge's Iberia office, he led an unprecedented period of growth. During his tenure, the branch opened two new offices in Madrid and Barcelona, underwent a restructuring to more closely integrate editorial and marketing departments, and developed several key new products including the Discovery publishing program, which provides innovative solutions to educational needs in a digital age. Prior to his tenure at Cambridge, Peluse held key positions at McGraw-Hill and Santillana
Peluse fills the position upon the departure of President of Cambridge University Press, Americas Dr. Richard Ziemacki.
After a remarkable career of 37 years at the Press, including 6 years in his current role, Dr. Ziemacki leaves at the end of 2011 to enjoy his retirement. He has overseen Cambridge's operations in the Americas since 1998, when he became Director of Cambridge's operations in the Americas.
Dr. Andrew Brown, Managing Director of Academic and Professional Publishing, commented: "No one has contributed more to Cambridge's reputation and success in the Americas than Richard Ziemacki. He has consistently set the highest standards of publishing excellence and business acumen in the university press sector. His colleagues in New York and around the world will miss him mightily."
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