We Let Our Clients Speak for Us

At Co-Action Publishing we prefer to measure our success, not on the basis of how many journals, articles, or books we publish, but on the number of kind emails we receive each week from authors and others who are pleased with our services and the support they received. Their words inspire us to reach even further to deliver the best possible scholarly publishing service.


The Co-Action staff is patient and professional. I find myself emailing them all times of the day and I know that no matter what the job and how many times it may need to be changed it will get done as soon as possible. The company definitely goes the extra mile for their clients and I would recommend them to anyone need publishing serviceStephanie M. Griffin, Associate Administrator, Journal of Community Hospital Internal Medicine Perspectives.

I find the Co-Action staff a pleasure to work with. They can be counted on to fulfill your publishing needsRobert P. Ferguson, Chief Editor, Journal of Community Hospital Internal Medicine Perspectives.

The Norwegian Polar Institute and Co-Action Publishing have been cooperating to publish Polar Research for about two years, since the NPI decided to make the journal open access and move it from a large, traditional publisher. We have been very pleased with the quality of the publication and the level of service we receive from Co-Action. The staff are easy to communicate with. They handle queries and problems quickly and are happy to help bring to fruition new ideas for the development of the journal. It’s been a very successful collaboration, which we look forward to carrying on into the future. – Helle Goldman, Chief Editor, Polar Research.

International Society for Extracellular Vesicles is a totally new academic association that is focusing on the biology and function of small cell-derived extracellular vesicles. The community had its first international meeting in April 2012. Early on we recognized the need for our own forum to present vesicles-specific papers and, after a vote in the community, ISEV decided to start an open access journal and contacted several publishers to discuss the opportunity. After careful consideration we selected Co-Action Publishing as they provided the most cost-effective alternative. Further, they proved to be very service-minded, illustrated well by the very rapid establishment of the journal, which took approximately two months. Because of their hard work we were able to launch Journal of Extracellular Vesicles at the same time as the first meeting was held. We are thus very happy with the efficient collaboration between ISEV and Co-Action Publishing, which we expect will go on for many years to come.Jan Lötvall, President, International Society for Extracellular Vesicles.

The International Meteorological Institute in Stockholm (IMI), an independent body at the Faculty of Sciences, Stockholm University, hosts the international scientific journal Tellus which is divided into two series: Tellus A focusing on dynamic meteorology and physical oceanography, and Tellus B focusing on chemical and physical meteorology. Both journals enjoy a high impact factor and boast huge archives, dating as far back as 1949. In 2012 – after a move to Co-Action Publishing – the journal adopted the Open Access publication model and at the same time made the entire archive freely available. Co-Action Publishing professionally managed the entire transfer and we are already in various ways benefiting from their close monitoring of developments in scholarly publication at largeHenning Rodhe, Chief Editor, Tellus B.

The International Journal of Circumpolar Health has existed as a paper-based journal since 1972, originally named Arctic Medical Research. In January 2012, the journal entered a new phase in its development and became a fully Open Access and online only journal with its new partner, Co-Action Publishing. The transition was seamless and the staff of Co-Action Publishing has been extremely helpful, accessible and efficient, especially in guiding the editors through the orientation to the electronic platform OJS. The move to Co-Action Publishing also represented substantial financial savings, in addition to a substantial reduction in the waiting time from submission to final publication. We look forward to continuing our partnership with Co-Action Publishing as the journal develops and improvesKue Young, Chief Editor, International Journal of Circumpolar Health.

Joining Co-Action Publishing in giving birth to Global Health Action five years ago has been a perfect match-making in fostering collaboration across cultures and disciplines. We are happy to have found partners that share our views on equity in access to health information, on quality of production, and service mindedness. Together we have found new ways and approaches to, particularly, mentor the future generation of researchers, and the journal is an increasingly visible mouthpiece for the dissemination of global health researchStig Wall, Chief Editor, Global Health Action.

The European Society of Traumatic Stress Studies (ESTSS) wanted its own official European journal in the field of psychotraumatology and in the process of finding a suitable publisher we were attracted to Co-Action Publishing, not only because they offered an affordable Open Access solution but also because of their professional and personal way of partnering with us. We have not been disappointed! We have a close relationship with key staff at Co-Action Publishing and the journal is thriving beyond expectationMiranda Olff, Chief Editor, Past President of ESTSS, European Journal of Psychotraumatology.