LONDON, April 3, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Now in its 41st year, the annual London Book Fair returns to London for a three day event.
From 16th - 18th April 2012, London's Earls Court will open its doors to the annual London Book Fair, acting as a global market place for publishing trade and hosting over 20,000 visitors.
The event will feature a wide selection of 1,500 international exhibitors, including publishers, literary agents and international retail buyers. Over 20,000 publishing professionals will be attending, it will be the place to do business. Located in the heart of West London, Earls Court exhibition centre is a stone's throw from the Millennium Gloucester Hotel & Conference Centre, making it one of the top venues in London.
This year's show will host over 400 seminars and events, including 'The Future of Creative Media' and 'Why Reading Non-Fiction Is Vital for Children'. Visitors range from domestic and foreign book sellers, to library and information professionals.
Companies such as 3M, Belgian publishers Blue Marketing Books, Host Publishing House and New World Library will all be exhibiting at the show and various opportunities are available in the different 'Focus' areas. Market Focus this year will showcase opportunities in China and demonstrate its benefits as a publishing platform, while the Film and TV Focus will offer opportunities for companies to network and formulate plans for book to film adaptations. Other areas include Children's Focus, Discover Digital, and Cookbook Corner, which will host leading chefs offering tasty samples from their latest releases.
Visitors can register for the fair at http://www.londonbookfair.co.uk. With so much to offer and some fantastic opportunities at this year's show, it is an event not to be missed for any publishing professional.
About Millennium & Copthorne Hotels
Millennium & Copthorne Hotels operates a portfolio of over 100 hotels worldwide, including six in central London, all ideally located close to attractions and places of interest. These London hotels, particularly those situated in Kensington, are ideal places for visitors to the London Book Fair to stay.
Millennium & Copthorne Hotels operates a portfolio of over 100 hotels worldwide.
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