Wiley Higher Ed Revenue Grows 8.6% in Fiscal 2011

July 2011
Educational Marketer;7/4/2011, Vol. 42 Issue 14, p1
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The article reports on the 8.5% to 48.3 million dollar growth in John Wiley & Sons Inc.'s Higher Education revenue due to increased shool enrollment and strong back list sales as reflected in the 2011 financial report ended April 30. It says that the company prepares for the launch of the WileyPLUS 5.0 which is expected to offer more student interactions and potential customization. It adds that the company anticipates companywide revenue increase in the mid-single digits in fiscal 2012.


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