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Publishing Ireland Trade Day

Publishing Ireland Trade Day 2021 – “RECONNECTING”

The 9th annual Publishing Ireland Trade Day will once again, and hopefully for the last time, be virtual this year.

The day will be an informative and engaging mix of expertise from some key players across the publishing spectrum. Speakers from home and abroad will offer insights into what has been another strange year as we all grappled with what became the ‘new normal’. The topic for today’s Trade Day will be ‘Reconnecting’, as we all look forward to seeing and working with each other again in the not-too-distant future.

 

 

Publishing Ireland Trade Day Archive

PI Trade Day 2020 – “Looking Forward”

Our Eighth Annual Trade day took place virtually and offered sessions around the theme of “Looking Forward”.  First up was Jon Butler, MD of Quercus as he discussed “How to Build a Publishing Strategy”. This was followed by “The Future of Retail” – an interview with Maria Dickenson of Dubray […]

PI Trade Day 2018: The Business of Books

The Sixth Annual Publishing Ireland Trade Day at Dublin Book Festival explored the challenges of creating and maintaining a coherent – and profitable – publishing brand, together with the changes in the Irish Consumer Market over the past 10 years.  PUBLISHING/BUSINESS STRATEGY: Kate Wilson, Managing Director, Nosy Crow.  Nosy Crow […]

PI Trade Day 2016 “Reaching Readers”

Publishing Ireland’s Annual Trade Day opened with an update on Publishing Ireland from Ruth Hegarty, President, Publishing Ireland.  This was followed by Reaching Readers with Social and Traditional Media, a presentation on social media from Katherine Foley, followed by a panel discussion on traditional media with Martin Doyle and Barbara […]

PI Trade Day 2015 “Innovate/Create”

This year’s Publishing Ireland Trade Day offered an impressive variety of speakers from across the publishing spectrum.  A lively discussion on how to predict the pitfalls of publishing called “Winners Vs Losers” was led by Michael O’Brien, O’Brien Press, Fergal Tobin, Irish Times Books and Michael McLoughlin, MD, Penguin Ireland.  […]