Dupuch is a name synonymous with quality publishing
The Dupuch name is synonymous with publishing in The Bahamas. The
family has a long history in the business, starting with the Nassau
Daily Tribune founded by Leon Dupuch at the turn of the last century
and continued by his son, the late Sir Etienne Dupuch.
Etienne Dupuch Jr has carried the tradition forward into the 21st century. He
is founder and owner of Etienne Dupuch Jr Publications, the largest magazine
and book publishing company in the country.
"I was born into the business, I've been involved in every aspect of the
business," says Dupuch, who founded the company in 1959. Since then,
he has watched it expand into a major publishing house that produces
the Bahamas Handbook; the full-colour Welcome hardback books circulated in
hotel rooms throughout Nassau, Paradise Island and Grand Bahama; The Bahamas
Investor; the entertaining What to Do magazines; the Dining & Entertainment Guide;
and the handy Bahamas Trailblazer Maps.
The Bahamas Handbook, an annual publication, has grown to more than
600 pages over the years. Etienne Dupuch Jr. and his wife, the late
Sylvia Perfetti Dupuch, designed it as the authoritative source for The
Bahamas. Its diverse readership includes locals, tourists, business people and
investors -- not surprising since it contains everything from the most
up-to-date statistical information to entertaining features on the
history, and the people of the islands.
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