The London Book Fair is the global marketplace for rights negotiation and the sale and distribution of content across print, audio, TV, film and digital channels.
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The Trailblazer Awards are powered by The London Book Fair and in partnership with the Society of Young Publishers (SYP) and BookBrunch. These awards were created to celebrate the next generation of the UK publishing industry; those ‘roaring through their 20s’.
Winners get VIP entry to The London Book Fair, access to The Club at the Ivy’s LBF pop-up, an invitation to join the PA and LBF at a Book Society dinner, an invitation to a dedicated SYP networking event at LBF, tickets to the LBF International Excellence Awards and more. The winners will also be celebrated at the Fair itself.
Here are our top tips if you are job searching and going to the London Book Fair (LBF). Use these tips wisely during the Fair and then finish off your visit by coming to our bookcareers.com Careers Clinic on the Thursday – essential if you are looking for job. It costs to get in to […]
bookcareers.com Clinic at the London Book Fair 2018 Supported by The Publishers Association Thursday, 12th April 2018 2.30 pm to 5.00 pm Olympia Room, London Book Fair [A ticket is required to enter the London Book Fair; it is free to attend the Careers Clinic] If you are at the London Book Fair as part […]
The Publishers Association is hosting a #workinpublishing week commencing on Monday, 13th November, to give greater insight into all the career opportunities that are available within the whole industry. The week-long initiative will feature a fantastic selection of top tips, blogs, videos and Twitter Q&As. It kicks off today with the Building Inclusivity Conference from […]
There are two conferences coming up, both offer valuable opportunities for insight into the industry and career building. The Society of Young Publishers Conference 11th November 2017 This year’s SYP conference, Publishing -A Brave New World?, will explore the big questions around inclusivity, sustainability, and ethics with a host of industry experts discussing the hot […]
Do you want to have a quick chat with a Human Resources Manager from a UK book publisher? Or speak to one of the industry Recruitment Consultants? Maybe get Careers Guidance from bookcareers.com? Then join us in the bookcareers.com Clinic where we will have a room full of industry specialists waiting to answer your questions. Time is limited to approximately 5-10 minutes per person, and you will be seen on a first come, first served basis. You can also leave your CV to be shown to those recruiting after the show, or view the vacancies on our job vacancy noticeboard.
The bookcareers.com Clinic will be taking place in the Olympia Room at the London Book Fair. You need a ticket for the London Book Fair for entry into the Careers Clinic. If you are unemployed or unable to gain a ticket from your place of work, we have a limited number of free tickets available – see the FAQs below. Once you have got your ticket for the London Book Fair, you can save time at the door by pre-registering for the Careers Clinic here.
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Since 1999, BIC’s annual supply chain seminar at LBF has provided national and international representatives of the book industry, and members of the public, with an opportunity to meet and exchange views and information on all aspects of the supply chain.
This year’s seminar – Building a Better Business – will take place in The Dark Room, Olympia (Level 1, Grand Hall Gallery, beside the Media Centre).
Join BIC in this 2-hour session where you will hear from book industry experts on a variety of topics, all ultimately focussed on helping you build a more efficient business. You will learn how savvy publishers and retailers can radically improve their web page search ranking by using the extra mark-up schema.org vocabulary. You will hear about the International Standard Name Identifier (ISNI), and how it can be used to identify contributors and organisations, how it is assigned and how it can help publishers improve their business. You will hear an update on how things currently stand regarding accessibility within the book industry, and some concrete suggestions about where we should be heading, things we should be doing, opportunities, and upcoming milestones for all players including distributors, libraries, and retailers. You will learn, from recent 2016 studies in both the UK and the US about the importance of complete and timely metadata for discoverability and sales, what the latest trends are, the impact on the supply chain and ultimately the consumer. Additional speaker slots are to be confirmed shortly.
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Independent publishers are constantly innovating in response to new thinking and new demand. In March 2017, they will be amongst the most active of the 25,000 people who attend the London Book Fair – and it is PMG’s pleasure to welcome them, and their friends and supporters, to Stationers’ Hall for a social and inspiring evening, on the eve of the Fair itself.
Speakers include Stephen Page (Faber & Faber) and Lorenzo Ribaldi (La Nuova Frontiera and ODEI)
Publishers have a social responsibility and their first social responsibility needs to be towards their employees and their interns. Why does a person intern? To get experience that will lead ultimately to permanent employment. Very often at the end of an internship, the intern frequently finds themselves unemployed until another placement or a job comes along.* […]