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ALPSP Annual Conference goes virtual for second year: 15-17 September 2021

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The ALPSP Annual Conference and Awards 2021 is to be run as a virtual event for the second year running under the key themes of 'Discoverability and Accessibility' and 'The Great Reset: Scenario planning for life after COVID.’

ConTech – Denial, frustration and excitement – kicking off the first six months of...

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Where is your business on its journey to digital transformation? Join the ConTech Forum on 15th June to find out.

All the latest exciting ConTech.Live news

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ConTech.Live webinars, ConTech Forum details and ConTech 2021 call for speakers - ConTech.Live webinars return on 20th May at 4.30 pm BST with Making Enterprise Content Easier to Access and Produce: A Fireside Chat with ASTM and CCC

ConTech 2021 launches themes and call for speakers

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ConTech 2021 will be taking place on the 16th & 17th November as a hybrid event, both in person and virtually. We are excited to be opening our call for speakers with the option of submitting based on either being onsite or online.

Accelerating the transformation of the information industry is now – join the conversation at...

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The information industry faces stark choices in order to stay relevant in markets that are being disrupted by rapid technological and business model changes. In an industry that was already grappling with these the global pandemic has accelerated the pace of this change.

The London Book Fair moves online for 2021

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The London Book Fair 2021 will go ahead as a digital only event, creating opportunities for the publishing industry to meet online, following the impact of the global pandemic. The in-person format will return next year to its usual Spring dates of April 5-7 2022.

ConTech.Live webinars are back in just a weeks’ time – 4.30pm GMT, 17th March

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CCC principal consultant Ian Synge will ask “How can publishers use knowledge graphs to overcome their data management challenges?” He will explore how knowledge graphs can solve pressing challenges such as discovering emerging topics, recruiting authors, detecting possible conflicts of interest, performing competitive research and building a long-term network.

Frankfurter Buchmesse opens registration for exhibitors

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Publishers can now register for the 73rd Frankfurter Buchmesse (20–24 October 2021). Dedicated to the topic “re:connect”, this year’s book fair is planned as an in-person event with additional digital formats, and can be flexibly adapted to pandemic-related developments.

ConTech.Live webinars are back! Starting 17th March 2021

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The ConTech.Live webinars is a series of industry-focused events and we are excited to re-launch these in 2021 with our first session partnering with our long-time supporter Copyright Clearance Center. CCC Principal Consultant Ian Synge will look to answer one of the key questions facing publishers today, that is how do they optimise the use of their data assets.

See The Future 2020: Enago Hosted a Virtual Conference on the Future of Research...

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Enago hosted See the Future, a global event that featured distinguished experts from the fields of scientific research and higher education, including a Nobel Laureate. The conference was attended by researchers, university managers, and publishing professionals from all over the world. It was one of the largest events for authors with 20,000 registrations worldwide.

Enago Hosted See The Future CIS (Russian Language) Virtual Conference on the Future of...

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Enago, the trusted name in author services for the global research community, successfully hosted See The Future CIS (Russian Language), a virtual conference that featured senior government officials, distinguished experts in scientific research and higher education, including a Nobel Laureate.

Restructuring at Frankfurter Buchmesse complete

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Streamlined structures at Frankfurter Buchmesse / Planning for 2021 book fair has begun / Feedback from more than 200 customers has been evaluated. The restructuring announced by Frankfurter Buchmesse in November has been completed: corporate structures have been streamlined and the announced reduction in headcount has largely been concluded.