LBF reveals advisory board 'refresh' while 'existing core management' plans 2021's fair

LBF reveals advisory board 'refresh' while 'existing core management' plans 2021's fair

The London Book Fair has revealed it is restructuring its advisory board to better represent the fair's attendees and exhibitors. It has also provided an update that its "existing core management team" is planning LBF 2021, following the departure of director Jacks Thomas earlier this year. 

Sharjah will be the fair's Market Focus for 2021, rolled over from the cancelled 2020 event.

While the new LBF advisory board has yet to be finalised, the aim is to involve the heads of leading trade organisations alongside "fresh viewpoints". Previously LBF had separate advisory boards for the UK and...

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