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Have you booked a place at our Autumn Conference yet? If you need persuading, here are ten members' comments on our 2017 event.

‘It's great to have speakers from outside of the publishing industry to provide insights, as publishing can be an insular industry sometimes’
‘A wonderful event in an excellent location. The sessions were well planned and very engaging’
‘A really good schedule, a buzzy crowd and great networking’
‘I came away with so many useful takeaways. This was my first IPG Conference and I’m already looking forward to the next one’
‘A really excellent Conference packed with insights and ideas to take back to the workplace’
‘This was my first IPG Conference and it was truly brilliant. Fantastic networking opportunities and really first class presenters and content. Thank you!’
‘One of the most professionally run events I have attended. The team clearly worked very hard to make it run like clockwork, and it was very much appreciated’
‘The Autumn Conference was useful and enjoyable, and I’m very pleased I attended. Sound organisation and communications by an accessible and professional team’
‘An excellent Conference, and by far the best I've been to’
‘I left the Conference with new ideas about how to grow and improve my business. Thank you!’
The 2018 Autumn Conference takes place in London on Tuesday 18 September. Take a look at the programme and book your place here

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