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Tech Central Will Be A Bustling Hub At The 2014 London Book Fair

Posted at 9:26AM Saturday 05 Apr 2014

At this year's London Book Fair, the digital conversation will once again showcase the impact of ever-powerful technology throughout the book business. From the opening Digital Minds conference, to the exhibit floor, through the fair's professional program, you'll hear from—and hopefully meet with—a wide and ever-growing range of service providers and innovators. And once again, much of the action throughout the fair will be found in Earls Court 2, in Tech Central.

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