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02 October 2017

Cambridge University Press at the Frankfurt Book Fair

Cambridge University Press is delighted to have a presence at one of the world’s biggest international publishing and media exhibitions - Frankfurt Book Fair. Frankfurt is a meeting place for the industry’s experts and the most important marketplace for books, media, rights and licensing worldwide. Come and visit our stand in Hall 4.2 E30 from October 11-15 2017.

This year, the Press’s Global Marketing and Operations Director, Jenny Mathias, and Head of Customer Experience and Platform for Cambridge Core, Vicky Drummond will be delivering a talk on our continued approach to innovation. The talk will take place on Wednesday, 11 October from 2-3pm at the Hot Spot stage – Digital Innovation, Hall 6.2. Jenny and Vicky will reflect on Cambridge Core - the Press’s combined books and journals online platform - one year after its successful launch, and share some of the findings from recent customer research and how these are informing the journey ahead.

In addition, Mandy Hill, Managing Director of Academic Publishing at the Press, will be taking part in a panel discussion about inclusion and diversity in publishing at the STM Conference in Frankfurt on Tuesday, 10 October. 

We will be bringing you all the latest news from the fair, so keep an eye out for new articles on the website throughout the week.

Alison Thomson, Frankfurt Event Coordinator at Cambridge University Press, said: ‘It’s an incredible experience and a wonderful event to be a part of. Last year, the fair attracted over 270,000 visitors from 125 countries and whether they’re publishers, booksellers, agents, film producers or authors, it’s great to see them all come together each year in October to create something new.’

Check out the official FBF website for a calendar of events throughout the week and follow us on social media to see what we’re up to.

Public Relations Manager
Tel: +44 (0)1223 326194
Email: press@cambridge.org

 

 

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