Tuesday 26th September 2017, Milton Court, London

The children’s publishing business has a heritage that stretches from Peter Rabbit to Harry Potter and a future going from strength to strength. But, in a growth market, how do you keep your brands fresh? How might you find new routes to changing customers? And how can you discover original ways to publish creatively ahead of the pack?

One Step beyond... taking children's book sales to new heights

NOW

What the market looks like today

ONCE

What's working and why

TOMORROW

Looking to the future

FOREVER

Why it matters

Keynote announced

Hilary Murray-Hill
C.e.o., Hachette Children's Group

We are delighted to announce our keynote speaker, Hilary Murray-Hill. With experience at Usborne, Scholastic and Egmont, and currently CEO of Hachette Children’s Group, she is now at the helm of a company in transformation  — and ideally placed to kick off our discussion of how we should think about the readers of tomorrow.

Why Attend?

The Bookseller Children’s Conference is an important date in the book trade calendar. Attracting leading figures from the world of children’s books: publishers, booksellers, authors, agents and librarians along with speakers from other industries, it is a forum for new ideas and innovation. Each year the very best speakers in the field, share their ideas and insight, stimulating fresh-thinking and enabling us all to step back from the day job and re-assess what we do and how we do it.

Learn trade secrets behind the biggest successes in print
 

Exclusive data and consumer insight into children’s reading habits today
 

Understand how innovative use of intellectual property can increase your profile and market share
 

 See how licensing can help you leverage your content and grow your business
 

 Gain insights into the latest award-winning marketing campaigns

TAKE A LOOK AT THE PROGRAMME AND SPEAKERS FROM LAST YEAR'S EVENT

 2016 Programme |  2016 Speakers

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