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20 December: the IPG Advent Calendar
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What achievement are you most proud of this year and how will you be celebrating it over the festive break?

Georgina Walpole, key account sales manager, Ingram Content Group

The achievement I am most proud of is a new business project that I delivered with Quarto. Ingram was chosen to manage the print and distribution for the personalised cookbook platform, This is Your Cookbook. I am particularly excited by this project, as it is a great example of how we are enabling publishers to be creative or re-purpose content they already have. For Ingram this was a flagship project, setting the standard for other similar initiatives, showcasing the quality of our work, and is paving the way for new service developments.
It has been a very exciting year at Ingram Content Group, with great developments across our products and services. We have some large surprises lined up for 2016 which will transform our business further. So in the meantime, I will definitely be enjoying a glass or two, with my feet up in front of the fireplace and dog by my side so that I am relaxed and ready to go in the New Year.
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