We love meeting our current and potential customers, partners and colleagues at conferences, trade shows and other events! If you’d like to organise a time to see us at an upcoming event, please drop us a line.
Commissioning: The insider’s guide to building strong lists
3 April 2019, London, UK
Commissioning is traditionally laden in mystery, represented by six-figure deals announced in the trade press, or laced with cocktails at The Ivy. But that’s not really how it works for most of the industry.
What do commissioning editors do to build strong lists, and how can you use these insights to find the best books for yours? Three speakers will demystify how they develop a balanced and successful program. Visit the BookMachine website to learn more and get your ticket!
We’re delighted to invite Typefi customers, partners, friends and fans to join us in Baltimore—home of Edgar Allan Poe, Babe Ruth, the Star-Spangled Banner and world-famous crabcakes—for the 2019 Typefi User Conference!
Day 1 will feature a half-day standards publishing workshop, in-depth tutorials and the conference dinner (sure to be a highlight!), and on Day 2 we’ll have the full-day Typefi User Conference including breakfast to start, and a cocktail reception to finish.
The Spirit of Scientific Publishing: Inclusion, Identity, Technology & Beyond
4–7 May 2019, Columbus, US
The Council of Science Editors (CSE) is an international membership organisation for editorial professionals publishing in the sciences. The program for this year’s Annual Meeting will be rich with content, and numerous networking and social opportunities will allow attendees to further their professional and personal development.
This year JATS-Con will be held in the UK for the first time! The conference will also expand in content scope, and mix the tried-and-tested JATS-Con papers with invited keynote presentations and poster sessions.
We look forward to meeting with other JATS users and solution providers to explore how JATS can help address critical themes for scholarship, such as scientific reproducibility, versioning, and author credit.
We do enjoy a spot of tech talk! Join us for this BookMachine event, where a panel of tech champions will explain various publishing technologies and how you can get started with them.
The panel will boost your tech literacy by explaining how to use Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to make e-books more beautiful, why Ruby is not just a sparkling jewel but also the perfect first step into coding, and where to start with apps (and what not to worry about). Visit the BookMachine website to learn more and get your ticket!
Shaping the New Status Quo: Global Perspectives in Scholarly Publishing
29–31 May 2019, San Diego, US
This year’s Society for Scholarly Publishing Annual Meeting will represent a focused effort on inviting new voices—not just geographically, but with any new perspectives that help librarians, academics, publishers, service providers and technologists to move together toward a new age of scholarly communication.
As in past years, Typefi will be exhibiting at SSP. Visit us at Booth 210A and have a chat with our team about how automating some or all of your publishing workflow can take the pain out of many day-to-day publishing tasks, enabling you to focus on what you do best—producing high quality scholarly content.
Ps/Ai: The Photoshop + Illustrator Conference for Designers
The InDesign Conference: The Essential Event for InDesign Professionals
PePcon: Bridging Print and Digital Publishing
Click: The Presentation Design Conference
Don’t miss EPUB from InDesign: An Overview, on Wednesday at 3:30pm. Presented by Guy van der Kolk, Typefi Senior Solutions Consultant, this session will cover the pros and cons of EPUB—and of using InDesign to create EPUB—and how to set up your InDesign documents for maximum EPUB success.
Typefi’s Peter Kahrel and Gayanthika Udeshani will also be attending CreativePro Week, so get in touch if you’d like to organise a catch-up!