Trade to discuss implications of Brexit

Trade to discuss implications of Brexit

The Bookseller is to hold a Brexit Breakfast in association with Harbottle & Lewis next Monday (11th July) from 9am.

Panellists include Neil Morrison, group human resource director at Penguin Random House; Susie Winter, director of policy and communications at the PA; Shireen Peermohamed partner at Harbottle & Lewis; Lizzy Kremer agent at David Higham Associates and vice-president of the Association of Authors' Agents; and Alessandro Gallenzi, publisher at Alma Books.

The discussion, to be chaired by Benedicte Page, deputy editor of The Bookseller, will look at the wide-ranging implications of an exit from the European Union for the publishing sector, including the impact on employment and recruitment; publishing contracts; investment; and rights trading.

The breakfast is free to attend for subscribers of The Bookseller. You can register your interest here