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It’s easy to overlook some of the many benefits that your subscription to the IPG provides. Here’s a reminder of just ten of the ways to... - read more ➥
Anansesem
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Online magazine Anansesem is bringing Caribbean stories and illustrations to a wider audience. Here the team reflect on their progress and the work... - read more ➥
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​Huw Alexander introduces the ASPIRE project and explains how it can help publishers improve their accessibility information - read more ➥
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Martin Casimir of Maths - No Problem! on the impact that the title of Ingram Content Group Independent Publisher of the Year has had on the business - read more ➥
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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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​Spread the Word’s Bobby Nayyar introduces a new scheme to improve the diversity of publishing's output - read more ➥
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Join us on our popular collective stands at the October fair - read more ➥
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​How can members use the Skills Hub to train and motivate teams? Abdul Thadha of Sweet Cherry explains how his company has benefited - read more ➥
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​The IPG had a busy three days at Olympia last week. Here are some of the things we liked the most - read more ➥
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​Publishing consultant Clare Grist Taylor shares seven top tips for making promotion work for you and colleagues - read more ➥
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The IPG team is packing its bags for this year’s London Book Fair, and we’re really looking forward to three days in the company of... - read more ➥