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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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JellyfishSolutions
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Meet pre-press management specialist Jellyfish, an exhibitor at our Annual Spring Conference - read more ➥
proquest
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A Q&A with library content platform and Annual Spring Conference exhibitor ProQuest - read more ➥
Wordcatcher
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An introduction to hybrid publisher Wordcatcher - read more ➥
IPGLogo
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​The IPG’s mentoring scheme pairs up experienced independent publishers with newer ones. Here's what some of our participants have gained... - read more ➥
GDPR
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​As publishers prepare for the arrival of new data protection laws, Bridget Shine reports on the IPG’s work so far - read more ➥
Westchester
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An introduction to pre-press services provider Westchester, an exhibitor at our 2018 Annual Spring Conference - read more ➥
VelocePublishing
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A Q&A with new IPG member Veloce, home to three different imprints - read more ➥
IPALogo
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Why all IPG members should take part in the annual celebration of independent publishing success - read more ➥
FCM
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A Q&A with varied publisher For Creative Minds—FCM for short - read more ➥
hollandpark
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A Q&A with Anglo-Dutch fiction and poetry publisher Holland Park Press - read more ➥
Logo_Finidr
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A Q&A with printer Finidr, an exhibitor at our 2018 Annual Spring Conference - read more ➥
bridgetshine
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​IPG chief executive Bridget Shine looks back on an eventful and successful year for independent publishers and the IPG​ - read more ➥
LawrenceWishart
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An introduction to the politics, history and cultural theory specialist - read more ➥
Interak
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An introduction to Polish printer and Annual Spring Conference exhibitor Interak - 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 ➥
LundHumphries
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A Q&A with long-established visual arts specialist Lund Humphries - read more ➥
RightsDinner
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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 ➥
TheTatteredFlag
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An introduction to packager-cum-publisher Chevron Publishing - read more ➥
READMedia
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​Katie Read of publishing PR agency READ Media shares some advice for increasing the exposure of books and authors​ - read more ➥
ChildrensDinner
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​Waterstones’ children’s buyer Florentyna Martin was the special guest at the IPG’s Children’s Publishing Special... - read more ➥
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​What does the Budget mean for independent publishers? Four experienced IPG members give their snap reactions​ - read more ➥
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​Four popular speakers and chairs from recent IPG Conferences share their advice for sharpening up presentation skills​ - read more ➥
EmilyLabramBlog
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Bibliocloud's Emily Labram looks back on an IPG Autumn Conference session and suggests some ways publishers can use their founding 'Why?' to become... - read more ➥
SchofieldAndSims
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An introduction to century-old education publisher Schofield & Sims - read more ➥
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JohnPettigrew
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​Publishing practices vary enormously from sector to sector. John Pettigrew explains why books for schools and HE need a special approach​ - read more ➥
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Join us on our popular collective stands at the October fair - read more ➥