Why Exhibit?

  • Why exhibit at LBF?

    London Book and Screen Week was launched three years ago to celebrate the importance of the book and the written word at the heart of creative content across all formats.

    In 2016, The London Book Fair took place in the middle of the week, and welcomed exhibitors from over 60 countries and staged the biggest International Rights Centre in its 45-year history with over 600 Rights Table Holders.

    Find out why you should be involved in LBF 2018 by looking at the facts below.

    Stand enquiry

  • Visitor Profile

    The Fair welcomes over 25,000 attendees from more than 118 countries. Anyone who is involved with the creation, distribution, sale or treatment of content. Authors, talent scouts, editors, designers, digital gurus walk the floor, meeting, talking, observing, discovering.

    Exhibitor Profile

    1,500+ companies from over 60 countries around the world. From the giant houses to the smallest independent, publishers of blockbuster novels and academic texts, producers of children’s books and graphic novels, mobile companies, and gaming start-ups.

    Social Media

    With over 45,100 followers on Twitter, over 15,100 likes on Facebook and over 680 subscribers on YouTube our social media presence extends far and wide across the globe. Follow #LBF17 to keep up to date with our Twitter community and get involved.

    • Great opportunity to network, find out new trends in the industry and to think about what to do next.

      • Tom Stevens
      • Hogs Back Books, J200
    •   It’s an exciting opportunity for the book industry, getting to know closer new proposals, experimentation in a time of innovation within the publishing industry. It’s also a great space to approach the adjustments of book consumption, publishing and promotion.  

      • Sandra Villadiead
      • Foyles
    • As impressive as ever, a brilliant hub of literary activity in London. A great week for all publishers!

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      • Virginia Woolstencroft
      • HarperCollins

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