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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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​Amanda Gummer of Fundamentally Children on the importance of reviews and endorsements in children’s books - read more ➥
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​Amanda Gummer of Fundamentally Children on the importance of reviews and endorsements in children’s books - read more ➥
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An introduction to politics, current affairs and history publisher Biteback - read more ➥
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Publishing platform and IPG supplier member Typefi introduces itself - read more ➥
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What will happen to publishing post-Brexit? Our new survey of members will help us start to find out... - read more ➥
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Meet wide-ranging independent publisher and distributor Casemate Group - read more ➥
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Barrington Stoke's managing director on her publishing career and working life - read more ➥
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Printer CMP is the latest IPG supplier member under our spotlight - read more ➥
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​PLS' recent Open Meeting provided important updates on collective licensing—and some good tips for making the most of it - read more ➥
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Pluto Press' head of sales describes his working life in independent publishing - read more ➥
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Meet business and management specialist Kogan Page, which celebrates its 50th anniversary next year - read more ➥
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The IPG’s second Digital and Marketing Quarterly of 2016 heard from experts on big issues in ebooks and marketing. Here are ten of our takeaways - read more ➥
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Editor Sevak Gulbekian reflects on the opportunities and challenges of working life in independent publishing - read more ➥
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Meet fast-growing digital-first publisher—and new IPG member—Endeavour Press - read more ➥
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​As the US celebrates Independence Day, John Sinclair and Shari Bromley of US printer Thomson-Shore reflect on opportunities for independents... - read more ➥
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Icon Books' sales and marketing director and former IPG Young Independent Publisher of the Year Andrew Furlow on his career in publishing - read more ➥
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An introduction to fast-growing secondary school and college publisher Illuminate - read more ➥
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The IPG is about to launch the survey for this year's definitive overview of independent publishing—and we want all members to contribute - read more ➥
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Meet Little Toller Books, the Dorset-based publisher of neglected and new nature writing - read more ➥
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Graffeg publishing director Matthew Howard on his working life - read more ➥
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Sales representation agency Signature is the latest IPG supplier member to introduce itself - read more ➥
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​Independent publishers were out in force at this week’s open day from Nielsen Book, supported by the IPG. Here are some of the things we... - read more ➥
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An introduction to radical workers' collective and IPG member Zed Books - read more ➥
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Abbie Headon of IPG member Summersdale describes her working life in publishing - 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 ➥