We at Aldine Publishing take great inspiration from Aldus Manutius’s Aldine Press. Aldine Press was set up in fifteenth-century Venice to preserve classical texts and make them more accessible to readers in the form of small, portable books. Manutius was able to revolutionise publishing while retaining utmost respect for tradition.
The anchor in our logo is also inspired by Aldine Press; it is with this spirit of stability that we aim to help you, our readers, weather the storm of the business world, arming you with innovative and practical guidance.
In the words of Aldine Press’s famous motto festina lente, we aim to “make haste slowly”. Efficiency is key – in publishing, in business and in life.