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Personnel of PSP Publishing Ltd

Having gone from just three members of staff at the outset in 1995, PSP Publishing Ltd now employs around 50 members of staff across all departments.

The founding Directors oversee a publishing house that publishes roughly 20 separate publications in excess of 55 issues per year, covering a broad spectrum of interests. We also have eight market-leading commercial websites and two exclusive e-marketing databases, which are all designed and maintained inhouse.

New faces are welcomed into the PSP Publishing Ltd family and go on to carve out successful careers in the company, with the desire to grow and succeed together in a driven and dynamic environment that geared to success from the outset.

 

Directors

Paul Grant
Thomas Lovering

Managers

Ann Liddle
Bryce Ritchie
Greig McLachlan

Sales

Fiona Gillespie
Joan Johnston
Kirsty Skinner
Melissa Hilton
Russell Stander
Will McGrath
Craig Crawford
Kenneth McLachlan
Martin Evans
Chris Traynor

Finance/Distribution/Subscriptions

Louise Hope
Nicola McCandlish
Tracey Campbell

IT and Web Designer/Developer

Alan Hubner

Events coordinator

Leanne Thorpe

Assistant Golf Editior

Michael McEwan

Staff Journalist

Craig Dennett

Art and Production Supervisor

Cheryl Gilbert

Art and Production

Alison Stark
Chris Sichi
Steven Curran

 

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