SYP at London Book Fair 2016

Tuesday 12 April

The SYP are hosting their annual London Book Fair Seminars

4pm-5pm SYP Seminar 'How to Get Into Publishing'
Olympia Room
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5.30pm-6.30pm SYP Seminar 'How to Get Into Publishing'
Olympia Room
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Wednesday 13 April

5pm - SYP, Jobs in Books (The Bookseller) and LBF Trailblazers party
EU Comics Bar, within LBF
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Thursday 14 April

2.30- 5pm - clinic supported by The Publishers Association
Olympia Room
A room full of industry specialists waiting to answer your questions. Time is limited to approximately 5-10 minutes per person, and you will be seen on a first come, first served basis. You can also leave your CV* to be shown to those recruiting after the show, or view the vacancies on our job vacancy noticeboard.
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Job Vacancy noticeboard & CV advice - HR managers and 3 recruitment agencies (Inspired Selection, Atwood Tate and Redwood)

*Please note, bookcareers will share your CV with NO ONE without the individual knowing who their CV is going to. You will get asked permission every time someone wants to view your CV and also have a chance to update it.

bookcareers are looking for 4 volunteers to help them out on the day - on the afternoon of the event from 2pm to 5.30pm to help out - bookcareers will offer any of the volunteers a complimentary employability consultation with Suzanne Collier (worth £45) to compensate.

6pm - SYP & Jobs in Books London Book Fair Pub Meet
The Cumberland Arms
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Offers from The Bookseller

Don’t get a Job... make a Job, published by Laurence King, 9781780677460
Don’t Get a Job... Make a Job by Gem Barton offers invaluable advice to creative graduates, with the mantra that if you can’t find an opportunity that you want, then you owe it to yourself to make your own. Includes inspirational examples from those who have forged their own path after graduation.
Readers can get 20% off the book by entering code lbf20 on our website at checkout:

Jobs in Books has teamed up with Kogan Page to offer one lucky reader a set of The Ultimate series
Let us know on the Jobs in Books Facebook page (from Monday) one reason why these books would be useful in aiding you in your search for a job in publishing. We also have five copies of The Professionals’ Guide to Publishing for five runners up. All winners will be chosen by 29th April. Good luck!

Key Stands/Events to look out for

The Bookseller: stand 2C18

Atwood Tate: stand 3B10


'Introduction to Publishing'
Tues 12 April, 9.45-10am

SYP 'How to get into publishing'
Tues 12 April, 4-5pm

SYP 'How to get ahead in publishing'
Tues 12 April, 5.30-6.30pm

Inspired Selection 'Powering publishing'
Weds 13 April, 11.30-12.30pm

'Diversifying the industry'
Weds 13 April, 1-2pm

'What works: gender equality by design'
Weds 13 April, 2.30-3.30pm

SYP/Jobs in Books/LBF Trailblazers party
Weds 13 April, 5pm

bookcareers clinic
Thurs 14 April, 2.30-5pm

SYP/Jobs in Books pub meet
Thurs 14 April, 6pm

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