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Linda Bennett

Job TitleFounder

Company NameGold Leaf

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Linda Bennett works on business development and market research projects for publishers and other organisations connected to the publishing industry. She also organises seminars and conferences for publishers, booksellers and others. She provides advice to those new to the industry, e.g., digital wholesalers and platform providers. She runs five user / advisory groups for publishing and book-trade-related organisations and edits their newsletters. She is Director of Research for ALPSP, and a research fellow of Bristol Business School, Manchester Metropolitan University Business School and Huddersfield University Business School. She acts as field reporter for the Publishers Association on issues related to e-learning and e-publishing.


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Highlights from the LBF Library

  • BAFTA Names Emerging Children’s Screenwriter To Receive International Industry Trip

    Alison Down selected from three finalists to attend MIPJunior children’s programming market in October Supported by The London Book Fair London, 1 October: The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA), in partnership with Rocliffe, and supported by The London...

  • 5 mins with...Hiroshi Sogo

    Hiroshi SOGO is the Director of Kinokuniya Company Ltd (Japan). Kinokuniya, established in 1927 in Tokyo, is one of the major book retail and library supply companies headquartered in Japan. Hiroshi was formerly Group Managing Director of Kinokuniya...

  • Acceptance of Science Book Prize Award

    Popular science writing shines: Royal Society Winton Prize for Science Books shortlist announced Winner announced on 10 November 2014 Six enthralling books that help readers to better understand themselves and the world around them have been selected as the shortlist for The Royal Society Winton Prize for Science Books....

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