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Discovering New Talent: The Core of Harper Business Publisher's Mission

Discovering new talent and helping authors to develop their careers is at the core of Harper Business Publisher's mission. The company has a long history of publishing greats and helping new authors to launch their careers. Here's a look at how Harper Business discovers and nurtures new talents:

  1. Harper Business's submissions process: Harper Business has a detailed submissions process, which includes guidelines for submitting a manuscript, what types of books they are looking for and a detailed guide for submission. The process is designed to help Harper Business discover new talents and evaluate their potential.

  2. Harper Business's focus on new authors: Harper Business is always on the lookout for new authors with unique voices and fresh perspectives. The company is open to submissions from both agented and un-agented authors, and they are committed to providing a fair and transparent process for all.

  3. Harper Business's commitment to development: Harper Business is committed to working with authors to help them develop their manuscripts and reach their full potential. They provide feedback, revisions, and editing to help authors improve their work.

  4. Harper Business's focus on business genre: Harper Business specializes in publishing business books and has a team of editors and agents who specialize in this genre and are able to provide the authors with a detailed understanding of the market.

  5. Harper Business's focus on building long-term relationships: Harper Business's goal is to build long-term relationships with authors, not just one-time deals. They are committed to helping authors to develop their careers and to support them throughout their writing journey.

  6. Harper Business's digital era: Harper Business has adapted to digital era as well, they have established digital-first lines and Harper Business e-books can be found on various platforms such as Amazon Kindle, Apple iBooks, and Kobo.

  7. Harper Business's global reach: Harper Business books are published in over 100 countries and in more than 30 languages, this allows them to reach a global audience and discover new talents from around the world.

In conclusion, Harper Business's submissions process is designed to discover new talents and help them to develop their careers. Harper Business's commitment to development, genre-specific focus, and its focus on building long-term relationships with authors, global reach, and its digital era focus, make it an ideal publisher for new authors to consider.

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