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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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Clare Grist Taylor on the exciting new one-stop training resource from the IPG - read more ➥
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Our reflections on a couple of days that highlighted the strength of UK independent publishing - read more ➥
Equinox
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A Q&A with archaeology, linguistics, popular music and religion academic publisher Equinox - read more ➥
HawthornPress
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A Q&A with education, parenting and personal development publisher Hawthorn Press - read more ➥
Librios
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An introduction to digital platform provider Librios - read more ➥
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Our Q&A with book shipping experts and IPG Conference transportation sponsor Magnum Book Services - read more ➥
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A Q&A with book shipping experts and IPG Conference transportation sponsor Magnum Book Services - read more ➥
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​OWN IT! founder Crystal Mahey-Morgan on her experiences starting up a business that is about more than publishing - read more ➥
KarenMcTigue
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Yale University Press' head of international sales talks about her path through publishing via bookselling - read more ➥
Scribe
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An introduction to the UK offshoot of Australia-based trade publisher Scribe - read more ➥
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Rucksack Readers' founder on her working life in the office and the field - read more ➥
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Why you should be there for our big annual event from 8 to 10 February 2017 - read more ➥
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Five IPG board members reflect on their publishing achievements in 2016 and give us some resolutions for the new year - read more ➥
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Princeton University's social sciences publisher in Europe on her career, achievements and challenges - read more ➥
Spiramus
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Our Q&A with law, tax and finance specialist Spiramus Press - read more ➥
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As 2016 draws to a close, our chief executive Bridget Shine reflects on some highs and lows for IPG members - read more ➥
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Rachel Singleton of Impress and Swales & Willis on her working life in editorial - read more ➥
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Ireland's Mercier Press, now into its eighth decade, is the latest IPG member under the spotlight - read more ➥
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IPG patron and past president Sonny Leong on the changing role of educational publishers and technology in the global economy and society - read more ➥
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Liverpool University Press' head of sales on building a career in publishing in the north of England - read more ➥
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Our Q&A with four year-old children's publisher Really Decent Books - read more ➥
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What does the Autumn Statement mean for publishers and SMEs? Some of the IPG's most experienced members digest the Chancellor's speech - read more ➥
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From chemistry to publishing—Jolly Learning's founder and managing director on his career so far - read more ➥
PeterLang
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A Q&A with international academic publisher and IPG member Peter Lang - read more ➥
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​We spent an excellent few days in the company of many members in Frankfurt last week. Here are some of our takeaways​ - read more ➥
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​Zeshan Qureshi, founder of his own medical books specialist, on his transition from doctor to writer to publisher - read more ➥