Goodbyes and welcomes - Century One Publishing Ltd

Goodbyes and welcomes

Monday, June 8, 201540, by Century One

design, sales, advertising, publishing, team, office

Some of you will already know that Sarah Gwen, one of our lovely art editors is off to pastures new. Having spent over five years with the design team, she has been lured to a facilities management company in London. Good luck Sarah Gwen, please pop in and see us when you can!

We are very excited to welcome Jonathan Coke to the studio, who has now taken over where Sarah Gwen left off. He has already settled in well; displaying a wry sense of humour combined with intense concentration.

A growing team
Century One has seen a frenetic year of activity with three great new clients and innovative product development for the membership market. So we are pleased to welcome two additional members of staff to our publishing team here in St Albans.

Farah Jafarian has hit the ground running in the design studio with an air of confidence and a breadth of experience. Farah will take on art editing and we look forward to developing lots of fresh creative ideas with her over the summer and beyond.

The advertising sales team has also welcomed Keji Segun, who will support the team administratively and with the ever-essential role of sourcing new advertising leads. She is immensely polite so nobody in their right mind can refuse to give her their vital information!

A creative bunch
And so, after a period of feeling a little stretched we can breathe a sigh of relief, focus on developing exciting new publishing solutions for our clients and and continue the COP approach to contract publishing: creativity, precision and innovation.

A big ‘thank you’ to all of the team here, who have moved through this phase with hard work, a lot of coffee and a great attitude.

Sarah Simpson



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