'Bruising scramble' for events producers over lockdown

'Bruising scramble' for events producers over lockdown

Events organisers have revealed the “bruising scramble” of reorientating events for the online market, with plans hit again as lockdown easing is delayed. 

At The Bookseller’s Marketing & Publicity Conference session "What Does Hybrid Mean for Author Events?" on Monday (14th June), the live panel was chaired by Madeline Toy, head of literature programming for Bath Festivals. She was joined by Serena Brett, producer at Fane Productions, Mairi Oliver, owner of Lighthouse Books in Edinburgh, and Jess Duffy (pictured), senior publicity manager at Bluebird. The group were speaking before Boris ...

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