Publish! A Day of Innovation on the Future of the Book

Innovation is key to the surviving and prospering in business, and never more so than in troubled economic times. Can innovation invigorate the book and the publishing industries, currently undergoing an unprecedented transformation?

8 December 2011 from 10am to 5pm

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Pervasive Media Studio, Watershed

England England / Bristol

1 Canon's Road, Harbourside, Bristol , BS1 5TX

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  • Media Futures
  • Alison Coward
  • (((Nic Price)))
  • Nico Macdonald
  • David Burton
  • bookmeister
  • Alyson Fielding
  • Michael Kowalski
  • Naomi
  • Laura North
  • Anna Lewis
  • Haidee Bell
  • Dean Johnson
  • Charles Catton
  • Tom Abba
  • John Pettigrew
  • Dave Addey
  • Alexis Kennedy
  • Jonas Lennermo
  • Mike Phillips
  • Erica Wolfe-Murray
  • alastair horne
  • Tracey Guiry
  • Nick Loat
  • Touch Press
  • William Higham
  • Agant Ltd.
  • Adam Gordon
  • Suzanne Kavanagh
  • Paul Squires

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  • Darwin Peltan
  • sheilaellen
  • Toby Barnes
  • Jeff Van Campen
  • Margaret Gold
  • Dan W
  • Tom Coates
  • Chris Adams
  • Blaine Cook
  • Chris Gathercole
  • JISC Digital Media

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