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  • Join us at The Academic Area at LBF

    The London Book Fair is the global marketplace for rights negotiation and the sale and distribution of content across print, audio, TV, film and digital channels. This year, the Fair will take place in March at Olympia, London, covering all aspects of the publishing industry.

    The Academic zone is a vibrant area of the Fair, made up of a growing number of exhibitors each year.

    Visitor Ticket: £45 inc. VAT
    Priority Access: £100 inc. VAT

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  • The Faculty

    The Faculty, sponsored by Copyright Clearance Center in partnership with The Association of Learned & Professional Society Publishers, is a hub for debate and learning, covering academic, scientific and professional topics. Full programme coming soon!

    The Research & Scholarly Publishing Forum

    Held for the fifth year, this half-day conference will explore challenges and trends facing research communication. Attendees will be provided with inspiration to help navigate these, and make the most of global opportunities.

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    Meet Our Academic Exhibitors

    Save time and money by meeting our dedicated Academic exhibitors under one roof in three days of face-to-face business.

    Located on the ground floor in the National Hall, it's well worth a visit.

    See our 2019 Exhibitors

  • Add a Conference

    Aside from the exhibition itself, LBF also has a range of high-quality conferences running throughout the week catering to everything from education, academic, rights, digital, the future of publishing and so much more. Our Monday conference Quantum: Inspiration Informed by Data is the perfect pre-cursor to LBF, presenting attendees with invaluable data, provided by Nielsen Book, actionable insights and inspiration.

    Simply add one of the conferences to your basket.

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  • What previous visitors said...

    • The London book fair is the most important Fair for the book business in London and Olympia is milling with people with different book interests. It’s amazing; every floor is crammed with book enthusiasts.

      • Mary Berry
    • Events like this are incredibly important to encourage collaboration between different sectors. Games are misunderstood – people think it’s all about big companies when in fact we’ve seen entrepreneurial growth.

      • Jo Twist, UKiE
    • It’s very important for publishers to get together. You can see it all around these huge halls with lovely sunshine flooding in – people are talking to each other face-to-face and business is being done.

      • Deborah Moggach, Author

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