STM Early Career Publishers Speed Networking Event – London
Are you interested in a career in publishing? Already working in the industry and/or looking to meet like-minded professionals to discuss and develop the skills required?
Join us for a night of speed networking, complimentary drinks and snacks in London for the chance to build your networks and engage with others in the publishing community.
Date: Wednesday 17 February 2016
Time: Doors open at 6:00pm, event begins at 6:30pm
Location: The Stables (downstairs opposite the Glasshouse Building) , 68 Wharfedale Road, London, N1 9SR.
See a map showing the location of The Stables
Format: Speed networking event, with complimentary drinks and snacks
Introduction by STM Early Career Publishers Committee Co-Chair:
Ian Borthwick is a Portfolio Development Manager at IET Standards, part of the Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET), UK. Ian previously worked as a Commissioning Editor at Woodhead Publishing, UK, where he set up a successful series of energy reference books.
Ian served as the Under-35 STM Board Member from 2008 to 2014, working to address industry developments, to promote good practice, and to engage with junior and middle managers in the publishing industry. Ian is also co-editor of a book on Academic and Professional Publishing (ISBN: 978-1843346692, Chandos Publishing, 2012).
Early Career Publishers Committee
The Early Career Publishers Committee is comprised of publishers from STM member companies interested in promoting outreach and engagement with entry level and experienced publishers.
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Registration fees do not include insurance. Participants are advised to take out adequate personal insurance to cover travel, accommodation, cancellation and personal effects.