• Quantum: Inspiration Informed by Data

    Building on LBF’s existing relationship with Nielsen Book, Quantum: Inspiration Informed by Data will now offer delegates fresh research, actionable consumer-focused insights and forward-thinking on the book industry landscape for the first time in one place. Come away with ideas to emulate, especially around  practical data analysis, and learn to think creatively about your consumers, and how you engage with them.

    Tickets: £249 +VAT

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  • Key Information

    • Monday 9 April 2018
    • 09:30-16:40 (Reception 16:40-17:40)
    • Olympia Conference Centre, West London
    • FREE entry into the London Book Fair


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    The compact programme will explore topics including the power of social media, current retail trends and working with partners for mutual success. A special parallel stream - ‘How it works’ will feature practical workshop sessions geared towards providing attendees with useful advice on how to work with Instagram, Google Analytics, Predictive Analysis, and much more. 

    Programme coming soon

    Inspirational Speakers

    Chaired by publishing consultant Matt Haslum, and curated by a steering committee of industry experts from across Europe, the USA and UK, the full line-up of speakers at the conference will be announced in early 2018.

  • What previous visitors said:

    • London, along with Frankfurt, is the biggest book fair in the world. There are 32 countries being represented here – I think digital is making that happen. Content can be moved around the world in different forms.

      • John Mitchinson, Unbound
    • You’re meeting people whose names you only usually see on emails. You’re meeting publishers with different outlooks, foreign publishers with different markets… It’s a chance to share their publishing success stories.

      • David Nicholls, author
    • Events like this are crucial for meeting people in a similar space. It’s the people you get here, they are looking at digital as a way forward – we can’t get that on a day-to-day basis.

      • George Burgess, Gojimo

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