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In the reputation economy

How will an independent publishing company flourish in years to come, as we see dramatic changes alter the very landscape of research and education? One... Read more

IPG to host Brexit webinar

The Independent Publishers Guild will host a special free webinar to provide publishers with up-to-the-minute guidance on the potential impacts of Brexit on their business.... Read more

Help indie presses with Brexit, IPG tells government

The Independent Publishers Guild has told the government it needs to help indie presses as an “urgent priority” as the deadline for Brexit looms.   ... Read more

IPG conference: Allende and Page call for publishing innovation

Publishing has a "default no" mindset that stops it innovating, author Sam Conniff Allende told the IPG conference yesterday, as Stephen Page warned firms have... Read more

IPG launches Frankfurt showcase scheme to help indies sell rights

An initiative has been launched by the IPG to help indie publishers sell more rights at the Frankfurt Book Fair and give their books global... Read more

IPG hits 650 membership milestone

The Independent Publishers Guild (IPG) has reached a milestone of 650 members. Read more

Angry publishers debate OA monographs at IPG

Angry academic publishers held an emergency meeting at the IPG spring conference yesterday to debate the Higher Education Council for England's plan to demand that monographs be published... Read more

Maths - No Problem! scoops IPG's Independent Publisher of the Year

Maths - No Problem! has been named Ingram Content Group Independent Publisher of the Year at this year's IPG Independent Publishers Awards. Read more

Australian Publishers Association to license IPG Skills Hub

The Independent Publishers Guild (IPG) and Australian Publishers Association (APA) have agreed a deal to license content from the IPG’s Skills Hub to publishers in... Read more

Nosy Crow scoops five nominations for IPG Awards

Nosy Crow and Bloomsbury dominate the IPG Independent Publishing Awards shortlists, alongside various radical publishers such as Verso and Zed Books. Read more

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