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About MEP Publishers
Who are we?
Founded in 1991 by veteran journalist Jeremy Taylor and Joanne Mendes — and celebrated our 25th anniversary in 2016 — MEP is one of the Caribbean’s longest-running publishers. We specialise in high-quality Caribbean tourism, culture and business publications, and books of Caribbean interest through our book imprint, Prospect Press.
How can MEP help me?
We offer print and digital publishing solutions, from concept to distribution, including project planning & management; researching and writing; editing; proofreading; layout & design; photography & illustrations; printing & distribution; and digital marketing.
Why should I choose MEP?
We have a proven, track record over more than 25 years of producing publications of the highest quality. We work with a team of professionals who are among the best in their field. We know how to listen and understand what you want, and are committed to delivering international quality publications at competitive prices.
What are some of MEP's projects?
Caribbean Beat magazine, CONTACT magazine, Discover Trinidad & Tobago, ENERGY Caribbean, the Trinidad & Tobago Business Guide, and the Caribbean Review of Books are among some of MEP’s best-known magazine projects. We’ve also published books by Martin Daly, SC; Dana Seetahal, SC; Dr Julian Kenny; Richard ffrench; Luise Kimme; CLR James; and more.
Who are some of MEP's clients?
We’ve done work for dozens of individual and corporate clients over the last 25 years, including: the Asa Wright Nature Centre; bpTT; Caribbean Airlines; Citibank; Ezone/E-Couriers Trinidad & Tobago; the Guyana Tourist Board; the National Gas Company of Trinidad & Tobago (NGC); NIHERST (National Institute of Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology); Petroleum Company of Trinidad & Tobago (PETROTRIN); the TDC (Tourism Development Company of Trinidad & Tobago); the Trinidad Hilton; the Trinidad & Tobago Chamber of Industry & Commerce; the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), among others.