Wiley – "Good ideas with tradition"
Tradition is not about keeping the ashes, it’s about passing on the flame.
Jean Jaurès, French philosopher
Welcome to the knowledge age. Wiley builds on its 200-year heritage by partnering with universities, businesses, research institutions, societies and individuals to develop digital and printed content, learning, learning, assessment and certification tools. Wiley continues to share and deliver the answers to the world´s challenges helping you to further our mission. Wiley B2B is an important part of that.
The history of Wiley in Germany: Wiley-VCH, which was founded in 1921 by the name of "Verlag Chemie" (chemicals publishing), combines its publishing activities under one roof in the various commercial subtopics from natural science and engineering science, and also from economic science. We have a tradition of publishing for the scientific community, for scientific companies and for researchers, practitioners, educators and students. High-quality information in the form of periodicals, books, reference works and databases are tailored specifically to the information demand raised by the respective readership.
The B2B publications and the services of Wiley B2B were founded in 1969 in Darmstadt under the label GIT and have been a part of the international group of John Wiley & Sons since 2002. Our B2B media in combination with the Wiley scientific portfolio are offering many exciting perspectives and synergy effects to customers, readers and partners.
The worldwide publishing group of John Wiley & Sons, Inc., whose head office is in Hoboken, New Jersey, USA, can look back on a 200-year publishing tradition and is now one of the world's largest and most famous specialist publishers. Since 1901, Wiley has published the works of more than 350 Nobel Prize winners in all categories: literature, economic sciences, physiology/medicine, chemicals and peace initiatives – these are no more than a few examples of the many claims we can lay to top quality.
Traditions which, for us, constitute an obligation. However, "Tradition is not the custodianship of ashes but rather the passing-on of the flame" (Jean Jaurès, French philosopher). That view defines the enthusiasm that we exemplify in creating our publications and setting new trends and topic areas. In the process, we are always open to unusual approaches and ideas, and open to extraordinary customers.