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IPG Diversity and Inclusivity Action Group meeting January 2021
Join us for the first IPG event of 2021!  We'll hear from Princeton University Press' Europe Office Head, Caroline Priday, about their diversity-related activities, as well as discussing DIAG's next steps.

When: January 26, 2021
IPG Rights meeting January 2021
We're delighted to present our first ever virtual Rights Meeting on Wednesday 27 January 2021. This will be a great chance for rights professionals to get together, pick up useful advice and discuss ways to grow sales at a time when publishers around the world are working remotely.

When: January 27, 2021
IPG Sustainability Action Group meeting February 2021
Please ensure you are signed up to our Sustainability Action Group before registering for this meeting (see below for instructions).

When: February 25, 2021
IPG International Publishing Forum 2021
Please save the date for our inaugural International Publishing Forum! Delegate registration will open closer to the event date but meeting, exhibiting and partner packages are all available to book now.

When: March 9–10, 2021
IPG Virtual Spring Conference 2021
It’s never too early to get our Spring Conference in your diary! It will be held on Tuesday 11 and Wednesday 12 May 2021, on the virtual conference platform that proved so popular this year. We hope you’ll join us.

When: May 11–12, 2021

The IPG runs some of the biggest and best events in publishing. They give our members the opportunity to learn from experts across publishing and beyond, catch up with old friends and make valuable new connections.

Our two flagship events are the two-day Spring Conference in Oxfordshire and our one-day Autumn Conference in London. These bring together several hundred IPG members and dozens of superb speakers to share information and inspiration. From blue-sky thinking to publishing case studies to practical workshops, they cover a huge range of topics and sectors, and provide something to help every member become a better business.


The Autumn Conference was singularly the most informative day I have spent in publishing Jon Barton, Vertebrate Publishing


The Spring Conference plays host to the Independent Publishing Awards, our annual celebration of members’ achievements. An Award is prestigious recognition of success, and we have honoured well over 100 businesses and individuals since the Awards were launched in 2008.


The Independent Publishing Awards that we’ve won over the past few years have been of immense value to our business Tom Bonnick, Nosy Crow


We have plenty of other events to enjoy throughout the year, including dinners for our Special Interest Groups in academic and professional, children’s and educational publishing. We run popular collective stands and events at The London Book Fair and Frankfurt Book Fair too, providing the chance to exhibit in the company of dozens of members and enjoy our famous Book Fair parties and dinners.

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