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The London Book Fair

Billed as the ‘hub of the publishing world’ and the ‘global marketplace for story creators’, the publishing sector is once again in focus at the London Book Fair, which heads back to London’s Olympia from 18-20 April.

Aiming to unite the book community for three days of business, networking and learning, LBF targets everyone from the publishers and dealmakers to the copyright pros and the global licensors, including those involved in rights negotiation.

Highlights of the Fair include a seminar programme (due to be announced shortly), conferences, awards and the Spotlight Programme – which is designed to create collaboration between selected publishing markets and LBF, highlighting the selected markets and their literature.

Key for licensing is the Children’s & Young Adult sector of the Fair.

Find out more about London Book Fair by clicking here.

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