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Publishing Innovation Conference 2017: Decoding Diversity

What exactly does diversity mean in the publishing world? Is it solely about equality in gender or race? Can diversity just mean a difference in ideas rather than cultures? Are we any closer to being more representative of the different experiences readers have today than we were a decade ago?

The Publishing Innovation Conference is going to attempt to answer these questions! Organised by the current MA Publishing course at London College of Communication, this conference will encourage an engaging dialogue on the topic of diversity, ranging from issues of race, gender, class, disability and accessibility and how they are being addressed within the industry.

A great topic, and very timely.

Are you going to this event? Let us know!

London College of Communication, Elephant & Castle, SE1 6SB


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Borough Book Bash April 2017

Are you attending this month’s Borough Book Bash? Let us know!

As always, the Book Bash is an open and inclusive networking event where everyone is welcome. There is no agenda apart from giving you the chance to meet other folk from across the book business.

It is a very relaxed evening of bookish banter and networking.

Register your name so we can keep track of numbers and make sure you invite your friends and colleagues.

See you at there.

The Heeltap, White Hart Yard, Borough High Street, Southwark, SE1 1NX

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The SYP London AGM 2017

SYP London AGM 2017

On Monday the 23rd of January our Administrator Ellie will be attending the Society of Young Publishers (SYP) London AGM meeting at the Stationers Hall. It is an event where the committee of the SYP from 2016 say goodbye and the committee for 2017 is introduced. Along with the hello and goodbyes is also a summary of SYP’s events and news from the previous year and a chance to catch up with and meet new members.

The event is open to all and is free, but only members of the SYP can vote for the new committee. So come along and say hello to us if you attend! We’d love to meet some of you!

Let us know if you are attending on any of our social media accounts: Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube or Instagram.

See you there!

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London Info International Conference

London Info International Conference

Our consultant Christina Dimitriadi will be attending the London Info International Conference on Day on the 7th of December. The Conference will last 2 days from the 6th until the 7th of December! It is a unique event that brings together professionals from the information industry and we can’t wait to hear what everyone has to say after attending!

To learn more about the event click here to see the conference programme!

You can pre-register to attend the event for free, or pay £50 for tickets on each day.

Are you going to this event? If you are let us know on social media: Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn or Instagram. If you see Christina be sure to say hello!



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New Year, New Office – Atwood Tate (London) have moved!


Happy 2016 – we hope you had a lovely festive season and New Year. The first bit of news – we moved offices over the break!

We’re still in the heart of the West End, still easily accessible from Marble Arch, Bond Street, Baker Street, Marylebone and Paddington. Our address is now:

83 Baker Street

t: 020 7034 7900
e: info@atwoodtate.co.uk

We have new phone numbers as well – do refer to our website contact page for individual consultant details, or give us a ring on the main office number 020 7034 7900

(The Oxford office remains unchanged – Prama House, 267 Banbury Road, Oxford, OX2 7HT – 01865 339628)

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Around the world in 6 BookMachine Events

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6 cities, 6 speakers, one night.

Never ones to do things by halves, BookMachine are pulling out all the stops on September 25th to celebrate the beta launch of their new people discovery platform BookMachine.me.

The events are taking place in New York, London, Toronto, Barcelona, Oxford and Brighton. Top speakers include Eric Huang (Made in Me, who we interviewed a little while ago), Julia Kingsford (CEO, World Book Night), Sophie Kahan (Kobo), Emma Barnes (CEO BiblioCloud/Snowbooks), Julietta Lionetti (Consultant) and Brett Sandusky (Bdigitl Media Labs).

Early-bird tickets are on sale now. Guests at each event will be greeted by a host, and each city has local sponsors supporting the event with drinks, prize draws and special offers.

In a rapidly evolving industry, BookMachine is a great way to informally meet with fellow industry professionals, pick up and discuss new ideas, kick-off brand new projects and expand your network of contacts. We’ll be at the Oxford and London events, so hopefully see you there!

Find out more at http://bookmachine.org/everywhere

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