Brexit: Good News or Bad News for the Publishing Industry?

Brexit: Good News or Bad News for the Publishing Industry?

14 Mar 2017, 10:00 - 11:00

Olympia Room, Grand Hall


Organised by the Publishers Association, Supported by the Publishers Licensing Society.

Is a weaker pound delivering an unexpected export boom, with UK books now more competitive? Are publishers finding recruitment of skilled workers more challenging? With Article 50 due to be triggered before the end of March come to this highly topical seminar and join a discussion with a panel of international experts on what the likely impact of Britain outside the EU will be for UK publishers.



  • Nick Hillman



    Higher Education Policy Institute

    Nick Hillman has been the Director of HEPI since January 2014. He worked for the Rt Hon David Willetts MP, now Lord Willetts, the Minister for...

  • Ian Hudson



    DK Publishing

    Ian was appointed DK CEO in July 2016 and is responsible for this multi-award-winning global publisher, creating books in over 60 languages, selling...

  • Rosa Wilkinson


    Director of Stakeholder Engagement for Trade Policy

    Department for International Trade

    Rosa Wilkinson has recently joined the new Department for International Trade (DIT) to lead engagement with business and other stakeholders on trade...

  • Stephen Lotinga



    The Publishers Association

    Stephen Lotinga is Chief Executive of the Publishers Association, joining in January 2016. His career spans the private and public sectors including...


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