Welcome to the International Book Information Service (IBIS) Worldwide Academic and Library database, one of the World’s leading sources of academic marketing data.
IBIS has been supporting the global academic, scientific and educational publishing market for over forty years with quality data to enhance and improve their marketing efforts.
Initially founded by a group of leading academic publishers (including OUP, CUP, Pitman Publishing and Pergamon Press), IBIS is an independent, research-based database of higher education contacts designed and constructed with the specific purpose of putting academic publishers in touch with their primary markets, predominantly teaching academics and librarians in higher education.
Whether you want to target by mail or email, the IBIS database contains:
|82 000||Academic Heads of Department|
|1 100 000||Teaching Lecturers|
|50 000||University-based Researchers|
|67 000||Library Site Addresses|
|30 000||Specialist Libraries (medical, research, hospital, nursing, government and corporate)|
|2 600||Named Head Librarians|
|13 500||Named Subject/Departmental Librarians|
With a fifteen strong team of professional and experienced researchers, IBIS is able to ensure that database is up-to-date and continually meets the needs of the customer with weekly updates, regular academic questionnaires and ongoing communication with the global university sector.
Whether you are promoting textbooks, high-level reference works, supplementary academic reading, journals or promoting academic conferences and exhibitions, IBIS will be able to put you in contact with an unrivalled proportion of the global academic market.
|Top Level Subject Area|
|The Arts||81 000||51 000|
|Humanities||144 000||104 000|
|Languages & Literature||83 000||57 000|
|Medicine||206 000||146 000|
|Natural Science||246 000||194 000|
|Applied Science & Technology||227 000||182 000|
|Agriculture & Veterinary Science||53 000||33 500|
|Social Science||349 000||263 000|
|British Isles||104 000||10 000|
|Other English Speaking Areas||221 000||27 000|
|Western Europe||542 000||42 750|
|RoW||309 000||35 500|