Chris McVeigh splits his time between Europe and Los Angeles where he acts as a business analyst advising media and technology companies on opportunities in the publishing sector. He....
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Head of Digital and Associate Publisher at the Ilex Press, an independent publisher based down in sunny Lewes. Adam had led Ilex's move to direct digital sales through the....
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Alastair Horne is Innovations Manager for Cambridge University Press's New Directions Group, a wide-ranging role currently focusing on prototyping new product types. A varied career has involved teaching English....
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Alex Hippisley-Cox has worked in publishing for over 20 years including 10 years at Random House UK, where latterly she was Publicity Director for both the Hutchinson and Heinemann imprints. She....
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Alex Ingram has been working in digital since 2008 and in the book industry since a fateful encounter one night in a university lab in 2002. Having worked for Waterstone's and....
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Alison is an author who offers consultancy services to publishers and authors on the strategy behind transmedia publishing. (www.storycentralDIGITAL.wordpress.com) Twitter: storycentral E: email@example.com....
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Anna Lewis co-founded CompletelyNovel with Oliver Brooks in 2008. They have created CompletelyNovel.com, an online book publishing hub, and are also working on a new piece of technology to....
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I'm over-read, over-opinionated, and over-educated, with a BA in Comparative Literature, MA in Interactive Media, and a PhD on Interactivity in ebooks. I used be a die-hard academic before....
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Ben Galley is the author of the epic and gritty fantasy books of The Emaneska Series. Aside from writing, Ben also runs Shelf Help - a website dedicated to....
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Bert Vegelien works as literary agent in The Netherlands. Together with children’s book author Rian Visser he has his own digital publishing company called Books2download It produces....
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Brett is a maker of things, both digital and physical. He is the founder of bdigitl Media Labs
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