Liverpool University Press (LUP) has collaborated with Enago to enable researchers publishing in its planning journals to create and publish their research through Enago’s end-to-end English language editing and publication support services. This collaboration will provide LUP authors end-to-end support throughout their publishing life cycle, helping them confidently submit their research to prestigious LUP journals.
LUP is an award-winning academic publisher established in the year 1899, making it one of the oldest university presses in the country. It specializes in publishing groundbreaking research, which also includes the work of Nobel Prize winners. Enago is the preferred partner for researchers and institutions globally for manuscript editing and publication support services. Since 2005, it has enabled over 2 million authors successfully publish quality research in high-impact journals internationally.
Commenting on the partnership, Clare Hooper, Head of Journals, Liverpool University Press said, “It has been a pleasure collaborating with Enago to collectively support our Planning researchers in their journey of attaining publication success. Through our partnership with Enago, we are sure that our authors will find the help they need in order to disseminate their research on a global platform.”
“We are delighted and proud to partner with such a prestigious institution,” said Robert Kasher, Vice President, Enago. “We look forward to creating a support system to help researchers and authors who wish to communicate their research findings internationally. Through our collaboration, we will also be closely engaging with these audiences and provide them with the tools and the support they need to successfully publish high-quality research in international peer-reviewed publications.”