: Publishing services firm Notion Press has forayed into Singapore market, following huge market demand, a top official said today.
The Singapore roll-out will complement the company's existing operations in India, where it has published over 3,000 first time writers.
"In continuing with the philosophy of creating 'authorpreneurs', we are delighted to launch our services in Singapore", the company's co-founder and CEO, Naveen Valsakumar said.
The Chennai-based firm has partnered with printers, distributors and book stores in Singapore to nurture the self-publishing ecosystem and enable more writers turn into successful authors.
Notion Press offers professional self-publishing services for writers to publish and sell books around the world in print and eBook form, the statement added.
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