Tagged: Ian Hudson

The Bookseller's c.e.o. predictions for 2019

Following on from The Bookseller's 'alternative' predictions for 2019, senior figures share their hopes and expectations for the year ahead. Read more

Sells to succeed Christie as DK sales director

DK's UK and group sales director Ed Christie has decided to leave the publishing industry and move into the teaching profession, with Bloomsbury's Jacqueline Sells appointed his successor.... Read more

DK to join PRH at One Embassy Gardens

DK is moving with its sister company Penguin Random House UK from 80 Strand to One Embassy Gardens in the Nine Elms development.... Read more

Audio, AI and audiences key for 2018

Book industry leaders are divided in terms of their outlook for 2018, with some optimistic about growth and others more cautious about the delicate state... Read more

Christie appointed DK's interim sales director

DK has appointed an interim sales director after Ian Moore has decided to leave the business to start a new life with his family in Cornwall.... Read more

Children's Laureate Child worries books are 'too cheap'

The perils and opportunities of digital, recent pushes for greater diversity in publishing and the “devaluation” of books were all discussed at The Bookseller's Children’s Conference on... Read more

Hudson: kids non-fiction provides 'trust and authority' in fake news world

The opportunity for children’s non-fiction lies in offering “trust and authority” in a world of fake news, paid for ads and internet misinformation, DK’s chief... Read more

Fair mood hampered by fears of 2018 clash

Publishers and agents have declared this year’s Bologna Children’s Book Fair (BCBF) to be positive and vibrant, though the dates for its 2018 edition, announced yesterday, have raised concerns about a conflict... Read more

Trade fears for supply and skill of staff after Article 50

Fears for the status of staff from EU member states has emerged as the “overwhelming” concern for the UK book trade, as it grapples with the... Read more

Hudson slams 'inhuman' May's EU dallying

DK c.e.o. Ian Hudson said UK Prime Minister Theresa May was “inhuman” for “playing with people’s lives” in her Brexit negotiations, while HarperCollins UK c.e.o.... Read more

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