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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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A Q&A with Cornwall, Devon, Dorset and Somerset local interest publisher Tor Mark - read more ➥
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An introduction to content management specialist Lucalli - read more ➥
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​IPG member Practical Action explains how it came to sell books as well as publish them ​ - read more ➥
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An introduction to poetry and local interest publisher Two Rivers Press - read more ➥
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​As Plan S enters its consultation phase, Richard Fisher analyses some of the associated issues - read more ➥
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The story so far of specialist ELT publisher LinguaBooks - read more ➥
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Website and ecommerce specialist Supadu on the pros and cons of direct online sales - read more ➥
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​Erudition Digital’s Ryan Morison on how to build engagement with readers that lasts​ - read more ➥
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An introduction to the work of the specialist African and Caribbean publisher - read more ➥
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Introducing an important new resource on the IPG Skills Hub​ - read more ➥
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​Heather Blakey blogs for us from the Society of Young Publishers' annual gathering​ in London - read more ➥
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​Jon White of PageMajik sets out the potential impacts of Artificial Intelligence on the industry - read more ➥
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What does the Budget mean for publishing and business? Five experienced IPG members share their opinions - read more ➥
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Why you should consider exhibiting on our collective stands at Olympia in March - read more ➥
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​Troubador Publishing’s directors Jane Rowland and Jeremy Thompson on their latest novel addition to direct sales channels - read more ➥
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A Q&A with the esoteric philosophy specialist Lucis Press - read more ➥
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A fund has been set up to support Nosy Crow's Ola Gotkowska, who has been diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease - read more ➥
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An introduction to children's fantasy and science fiction publisher Aelurus - read more ➥
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Thoughts on the 2018 Autumn Conference from members who attended with the support of the Book Trade Charity - read more ➥
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​What might the EU’s vote in favour of the Copyright Directive mean for rightsholders, authors and others? Taylor Wessing’s... - read more ➥
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A Q&A with Middle Eastern specialist Saqi Books - read more ➥
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​Just some of the many insights from our Autumn Conference on Tuesday 18 September ​ - read more ➥
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​Usborne’s Anna Howorth reports on her company’s efforts to increase its diversity, and shares tips for other publishers considering... - read more ➥
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​A guide to a busy period of legislative developments, from our Business Support Helpline provider Croner - read more ➥
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Phyllida Jacobs of IPG member Tiny Owl introduces its campaign to increase diversity in children's books - read more ➥