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Company Overview of Print Quarterly Publications

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David Landau

Founder and Editor, Print Quarterly Publications
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Background

Mr. David Landau is the Founder of Print Quarterly. Mr. Landau is the Founder and for 27 years and was the Editor of the company as well. He co-founded Loot in 1985. Over the course of the next 15 years, Mr. Landau presided over the Loot’s success and growth. He served as a Joint Managing Director of at Loot from 1985 to 1995. He was the Chairman of Loot from 1995 until the company was sold in July 2000. Mr. Landau is the Chairman of Saffron Hill Ventures, Ltd. He is ...

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52 Kelso Place
London, Greater London W8 5QQ

United Kingdom

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2003-2006
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