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Here is the IPG's archive of older blog posts that have been made in the past.
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Compass
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Our Q&A with sales agency Compass, IPG supplier member and former winner of the GBS Services to Independent Publishers Award - read more ➥
alessandrogallenzi
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Alessandro Gallenzi of Alma Books reports on a ground-breaking gathering of independent publishers from around the world at the Frankfurt Book Fair - read more ➥
AlasdairCraig
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What's it like to freelance in independent publishing? Alasdair Craig tells us - read more ➥
JohnBeaufoyPublishing
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A quickfire Q&A with natural history and travel specialist John Beaufoy - read more ➥
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Publishing is about to decamp for its annual excursion to the Frankfurt Book Fair, and the IPG is going with it - read more ➥
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Meet French and international publisher Gallic Books - and its bookshop - read more ➥
JuliaHow
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The Witcherley Book Company's founder on her working life and late arrival in publishing - read more ➥
nest
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New rules oblige all employers to offer staff access to workplace pensions. NEST’s Stephen Argent shares his advice for IPG members - read more ➥
JessBallance
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​Jess Ballance of Daunt Books, Dodo Ink and the Society of Young Publishers shares her thoughts on the IPG’s recent Autumn Conference... - read more ➥
HazelCushion
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Accent Press' founder and managing director on her busy working life - read more ➥
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Baker & Taylor's Chitra Bopardikar and Sally Neher on how independent publishers can grow their exports - read more ➥
IanMcDonald
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Marco Polo's managing director on his career in travel publishing - read more ➥
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​Some of the countless takeaways from our biggest and best ever Autumn Conference—one from each session - read more ➥
SimonneWaud
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Clearview Books' experienced director Simonne Waud on her working life in publishing - read more ➥
PicturesToShare
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Our Q&A with Pictures to Share, a social enterprise publishing books for people with dementia - read more ➥
AlexandraMcDonald
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SPCK's commercial director on her publishing life - read more ➥
UniversityBuckinghamPress
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A Q&A introduction to the journals, monographs and educational publisher - read more ➥
Wearset
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​ Wearset’s chief executive Andy Cordiner on why and how publishers should strive to innovate - read more ➥
KenRhodesBlog
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NBN International's Ken Rhodes on how print on demand has transformed publishing—and what independents should do about it - read more ➥
dedalus
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Meet translated fiction publisher and IPG member Dedalus Books - read more ➥
SimonHall
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CAMRA's head of publishing talks us through his working life and background - read more ➥
123Library
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Get to know e-content sales and distribution platform 123Library - read more ➥
souvenirpress
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​Souvenir Press is 65 years young this year. Founder Ernest Hecht reflects on its story and how independent publishing has changed - read more ➥
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In the second of two blogs about ways to improve metadata, EDItEUR’s Graham Bell looks at the presentation of contents and reviews - read more ➥
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