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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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The IPG had a jam-packed three days at The London Book Fair at Olympia in mid-March. Here are some of our views from our lively collective stand - read more ➥
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Our Q&A with children's picture books publisher and IPG member Alanna Books - read more ➥
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Discover more about 118-year-old academic publisher and IPG member Liverpool University Press - read more ➥
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What does the Budget mean for independent publishers? IPG members share their thoughts - read more ➥
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​Publishers are starting to look beyond the world of books for its leaders, says Inspired Search's Abigail Barclay - read more ➥
SnowflakeBooks
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An introduction to Oxford-based bilingual children's publishing Snowflake Books - read more ➥
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​In this edited extract from a presentation at the IPG’s recent AGM, chief executive Bridget Shine looks forward to the rest of... - read more ➥
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Learn more about anthology and children's publisher Bridge House Publishing in our latest Q&A with IPG members - read more ➥
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​Some of our top takeaways among a host of insights at this year’s gathering in Oxfordshire​ - read more ➥
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A Q&A with Ireland's long-established non-fiction and children's publisher Gill Books - read more ➥
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Our new Chair James Woollam looks forward to the next 12 months in the life of the IPG - read more ➥
ShellyTurner
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Manchester University Press' head of sales on her career and day to day work in academic publishing - read more ➥
Librios
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Chris Lewis of Librios on how digitisation can ease production headaches and open up new avenues for sales - read more ➥
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​Join us for an evening to celebrate independent publishing on Monday 13 March - read more ➥
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​Meze Publishing’s Phil Turner reports for us from a lively and optimistic gathering​ - read more ➥
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An introduction to railway and maritime specialist publisher Mainline & Maritime - read more ➥
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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 ➥
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​The last IPG event of 2017 provided valuable advice about two important back-office issues: GDPR and metadata. Here are some of our takeaways - read more ➥
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​Rights2’s Clare Hodder and Ruth Tellis brought IPG members up to date with trends in translations licensing at our first-ever Rights... - read more ➥