The main motivation of Editor’s Cafe is to provide an active forum to the science editors to share and identify common problems and highlight the importance of close collaboration to raise the level of scientific publishing

The Editor’s Cafe is an active forum for Science Editors to identify and share common problems and highlight the importance of collaboration to raise the level of scientific publishing.

The Editor's Cafe is one of its kind that was launched by ACSE back in 2014, with pre-conceived idea to provide a networking platform for editorial community that was non-existing and was the cause of the huge communication gap among the Asian scholarly publishing community. The aim of Editor's Café was, therefore, providing an active forum to the Journal's Editors for sharing innovative ideas and discussion on problems, threats, future challenges, and the ways to meet and raise the international publication standards. It is a network oriented activity that provides Editors: a friendly atmosphere to interact with their colleagues and other experts and help them discuss the ways to increase the visibility, widen the circulation and expand the readership of their Journals by helping them adapt the latest and internationally accepted publication standards.

The Café has now gained immense popularity not only among the Asian Editorial Community but among the others as well, just because it provides solutions to some of the problems and issues faced by the Asian Scholarly publishing community. Numerous key issues that arose from discussion held during annual Editor's Café meetings have been identified and analyzed (mainly through surveys) that prompted us to take new initiatives. ACSE Editors Café has now been recognized and appreciated by the international editorial community as well as by the industry.

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