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The Singapore office is the regional hub for Taylor & Francis in Asia Pacific. We established an office here in 1998 – the 200th anniversary of the founding of the company. Over the last two decades we have built infrastructure to support the academic community and the critically important components of the ecosystem that includes libraries, library suppliers & subscription agents, bookshops, and eBook aggregators.

Get to know us

Our Asia Pacific office is staffed by more than 80 team members ranging from editorial to sales and publishing, including:

Barry Clarke

Barry Clarke

Managing Director

“With the ascendancy of Asia Pacific, my role is to inspire and lead teams to deliver sustainable solutions for the provision of vital information that supports Asia’s growth, and encourages the articulation of the diverse voices in the region.”

Dom Low

Don Low

Journals Sales Director

I celebrated my 10-year anniversary at Taylor & Francis in October 2018. The last 10 years have been fantastic and fun thanks to the teams who have always been there for me.”

Jeffrey Lim

Jeffrey Lim

Books Sales Director

“My focus is enabling the sales team to succeed, build value, and continue to better serve our customers.”

Discover more about the Singapore office

We’ve established Asia Pacific sales offices in Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong, Beijing, Seoul, Taipei, and Tokyo. Staff are also on the ground in Bangkok, Jakarta, and Manila. We provide local sales support in all cases, but the main customer service teams for books, ebooks, and journals are in Singapore. Our regional marketing is based here too.

Our Asia Pacific publishing offices in Singapore and Hong Kong work closely with authors, editors, and partners in this vibrant and fast-paced region. We help to provide local support at local time as well as offering all the benefits of working with a major international publisher. We maximize the global profile of content authored in the region through our carefully targeted sales and marketing strategies while recognizing and maintaining distinct regional importance.

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