About the Authors

If you’re interested in who is blogging here, and who is involved in the brand launch, have a look at this page. It briefly outlines the team, and individual roles both within Packt and regarding the launch of the new brands.

James Lumsden

James is the publisher for Packt Enterprise, responsible for the brand’s overall publishing strategy, as well as specific books. Accordingly, he has had input into the direction of the brand, both in terms of book content and branding, and will continue to be at the forefront of this.

Douglas Paterson

Douglas is the publisher for Packt Open Source (and the author of both Building Websites With PHPNuke and Learning Mambo). Like James, he has had a great deal of input into the direction of the brand’s books and branding, and will continue to do so.

David Barnes

David is a senior acquisition editor at Packt, who is in charge of all books which don’t fall into Packt Open Source or Packt Enterprise. He is responsible for the development of possible breakout brands of the future.

Damian Carvill

Damian is Packt’s marketing manager, who is ultimately responsible for the relationships between Packt and the public. He has been snowed under recently working on our brand new website – have a look at www.PacktPub.com if you haven’t seen it.

Mark Nichols

Mark is a marketing executive at Packt, who has spent a good deal of time over the last few months looking into, and helping to plan the launch of the new brands. Following the launch, Mark will focus largely on marketing the Enterprise brand.

Julian Copes

Julian is a public relations executive at Packt, who will focus largely on Open Source moving forwards. As well as marketing the brand as a whole, he will be running the Open Source CMS Award.

One Response to “About the Authors”

  1. The Packt Blog « Packt Publishing Says:

    […] This post was written by Mark Nichols, a Marketing Executive at Packt Publishing. For more information on Mark, or any other authors on this blog, look here. […]

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