Generational shift in the Covid-challenged Bookseller 150

Generational shift in the Covid-challenged Bookseller 150

This year's The Bookseller 150—the annual run-down of the British and Irish industry’s top movers, shakers and innovators—is the youngest in the 12 years the list has been compiled, and is comprised of 30 entrants under the age of 40, with the most junior member the 23-year-old Manchester United footballer and books influencer Marcus Rashford. Meanwhile, the list also had record numbers of women and those from Black, Asian or mintority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds. 

In total 43 new members have swept into the list, including Knights Of co-founders Aimée Felone and David Stevens, Gleam Titles ...

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