The London Book Fair is not an ordinary book fair as it offers array of books from varied writers and genres. The 43rd London Book Fair is all set to take place on the 8th, 9th and 10th of April. It is a global arena for the negotiations of rights to print and published content as well as TV, audio, digital channels and films. Just like the previous years, The London Book Fair 2014 will return to the Earls Court in West London. The fair will remain open between 9:00 am to 6:30 pm on Wednesday and 9:00 am to 5:00 pm on Thursday to present a fair that will leave no area of the industry untouched. The tickets will cost £30.00 for an adult.
The three days will see a host of events happening at the Earls Court. There will be about 250 free seminars happening. For example, you can be an audience at the “Publishing for Digital Minds”, which is a program to help you stay up to date with the latest trends in the industry and is going to be held on the 7th of April in the QEII Centre, London. The program is sponsored by Copyright Clearance Centre. Although online registration for the event has been closed, tickets can still be bought at the venue at £300 + VAT per person.
Some of the speakers you will hear at London are Rachel Chou, Open Road Media, Hugh Howe, the author, or Nick Perrett of Harper Collins amongst others. Hear them speaking about the latest trends, challenges and breakthroughs in the industry. There is lot to be discovered at the London Book Fair from the various participants including transforming your book in digital form and the different seminars organised at this event will provide useful information on marketing.
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The London Book Fair will see about 1500 people as exhibitors from the industry in just 3 days including a further 25000 publishing professionals. The New Title Showcase is another cherished event of the London Book Fair giving opportunity for new title showcasing, including e-books. Whatever your area of interest is, if it has anything to do with books and publishing then you will find it at the London Book Fair.
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