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Dan Lubart Joins Hachette as SVP

26999ccDan Lubart has joined the Hachette Book Group (HBG) in the role of Senior Vice President, Strategy and Publishing Operations. In his new role, Lubart is tasked with strategic planning, business development, digital media distribution as well as supply chain management functions across HBG imprints.

Lubart comes to HBG from HarperCollins where he previously served as SVP of Sales Analytics and Pricing at HarperCollins. According to his LinkedIn page, he has also worked at Universal Music, Deloitte, Citigroup, and is the founder of Iobyte Solutions, “a digital agency which provides custom software development, measurement and analytics strategy and online marketing support services.”

“Dan is a high impact executive with deep skills in publishing, strategy and business intelligence,” stated  Joe Mangan, Chief Operating Officer of HBG. “He has extensive experience in creating data transparency, and crafting information around the key decisions we make in publishing. Dan will be invaluable in helping Hachette Book Group further develop the skills and capabilities it needs to compete effectively today and well into the future.”

 

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Reich Returns to Head PGW

PW Daily reported yesterday that Susan Reich has been named president of Publishers Group West, where she rose to the position of v-p, marketing, before leaving and eventually becoming president and COO of the Avalon Publishing Group, one of PGW’s biggest clients. She begins at her new position on July 30, reporting to Perseus COO Joe Mangan. “Susan’s knowledge of PGW and of what is important in a relationship between an independent publisher and its distributor is both broad and deep,” said Mangan in a memo sent to employees. “Her career really leads to this role.”

Before working in the independent press world, Reich had 15 years working for major publishers and was a bookseller in her early career. When Perseus acquired Avalon in January, Reich announced that she would leave the company at the end of June. “This is absolutely a homecoming, because I get to work with an incredible group of people, most of whom I have known for a long time at PGW.”