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An update from Oxford University Press Advertising and Corporate Services

Angela Joines, our advertising and reprints manager in Cary, North Carolina, has recorded a quick message to give you a glimpse of how we’re getting on working remotely in these unprecedented times.

You can view Angela's message on our LinkedIn showcase page.

Overall we want to reassure you that:

  • We have robust plans in place to enable us to continue to operate as effectively as possible, even during these difficult circumstances. We would like to reassure our clients that we are taking every reasonable step to minimize any disruption.
  • We know that our advertising and corporate services clients will be struggling with the same questions we are; how to reach our customers without the usual conferences and face to face meetings, and looking again at marketing plans, budgets and forecasts. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. Via our contact form or direct with your usual account managers.
  • We’ll try to accommodate where possible any last minute changes that you need e.g. new creative or finding more appropriately timed ad bookings, or switching printed reprints to digital versions.

12th November 2020

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