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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

Political class has 'sold out' on Brexit, Clarke tells publishers

The entire political class has "sold out" on Brexit, Ken Clarke MP told delegates to the IPG Conference, as he discussed the government's current "astonishing and... Read more

Ignore mobile at your peril, Rajan warns indie publishers

It is vital that publishers implement mobile strategies and exploit data about audience, BBC media editor Amol Rajan has said, whilst discussing the challenges facing... Read more

Flourishing indies bullish as IPG Conference opens

Independent publishers are rejoicing at the news they are bucking the market trend, with their sales up 2.7% to £511.4m compared to just 0.2% growth in... Read more

Rohan Silva: 'publishers must stay creative to survive'

Independent publishers should utilise the free flow of ideas and creativity in order to better innovate, founder of Libreria bookshop Rohan Silva has said.... Read more

Nosy Crow crowned IPG Publisher of the Year

Children’s publisher Nosy Crow has been awarded the top honour of Fox Williams Independent Publisher of the Year at this year's IPG Independent Publishers Awards.... Read more

'Brexit will lead to legal challenge and mess,' Cable tells IPG

Brexit will lead to “gross uncertainty, legal challenge and mess”, former business secretary Vince Cable has told the IPG Conference today in a discussion about... Read more

'End of the beginning for e-books' says Tamblyn

Kobo c.e.o Michael Tamblyn says the industry is reaching the “end of the beginning for e-books”. Read more

Publishing's future lies in diverse audiences, Chi tells IPG

Publishers need to do a “much better job of catering to underrepresented groups” as they have a responsibility to “represent the experiences of their broad... Read more

Search Press and Nosy Crow triumph at IPG Awards

Search Press and Nosy Crow were both double winners at the Independent Publishers Guild Independent Publishing Awards 2015. Winners of the 13 categories were announced... Read more

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