Richard is a senior artist from Seattle, now living in London. Working in the entertainment industry for over 15 years, Richard’s work focuses primarily on film, games, commercials and publishing. […]
Laura Russell works as the Digital Content Manager at The Publishing Training Centre, which offers a broad range of courses to help both novices and experts gain and retain skills […]
David Prest is the founder and Managing Director of Whistledown. He’s a former radio journalist and producer, and his company combines high-end programme production for BBC networks such as Radio […]
IMAGINE spending years creating something that you believe in. You’ve burned the midnight oil and honed it to perfection. And then, you hand it over to somebody else to put […]
Jeremy is based in Silicon Valley and leads key business development initiatives at Shazam. Prior to working in the tech industry, he spent several years at HarperCollins Publishers in London […]
It used to be so simple. Months before publication, in retail chain head offices up and down the land, publishers and booksellers between them would decide on the range of books that constituted the Christmas bestsellers. Some negotiating, horse trading and promotional spend later, from early October through to 24th December, the books you would see front of store tended to be a permanent fixture. Whether they were selling particularly well or not.
Emily Labram is product manager at Bibliocloud, the next-generation publishing management system, and a Bookseller Rising Star of 2016. In her previous roles at HarperCollins, she created the Game of Thrones app that won FutureBook’s Digital Book of the Year. Her mission at Bibliocloud is to liberate publishers through automation so they can focus on the work that matters. Here she shares some valuable tips on automating your workflow.