International publishing consultant Emma House has co-founded a Facebook community, Publishers Without Borders, to help publishers globally during the pandemic.
Emma House, deputy chief executive of the Publishers Association, is leaving the organisation after 10 years.
The first apprenticeship standard aimed specifically at publishing has been launched, aiming to drive social mobility across the industry.
Emma House has been promoted to deputy chief executive of the Publishers Association as the trade body continues its reshuffle following the departure of its... Read more
The London Book Fair is hosting a "Books, Brexit and Brits" debate at Book Expo America, promising to give delegates an insight into publishing and the wider creative industries... Read more
The Publishers Association is calling on people working in publishing to give talks in schools, colleges and universities to share "the exciting job opportunities" available within the industry.... Read more
The Publishers Association's director for publisher relations Emma House met with Guo Guang, president of China Youth Press International, at the launch of London China... Read more
The attack on the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo cast a shadow over the opening of the 25th Doha International Book Fair in Qatar on... Read more