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London Info International just three weeks away

The countdown to London Info International, which launches this year, has truly begun.

On the 24 and 25 November London's Royal Horticultural Halls will host the event for those involved in the creation and provision of professional, research and scholarly content. Organisers say the event has a comprehensive schedule complete with product showcases, speed-networking sessions and presentations from key industry figures, and is expected to be over-subscribed.

Leading producers of online journals, e-books, databases and information tools will announce new content and technological innovations that will influence knowledge and research in 2015 and beyond.

Philip Ditchfield, director of London Info International, said: 'This is a fabulous opportunity for industry figures such as publishers, aggregators, copyright brokers and technology specialists to gather together under one roof in the UK and we are delighted to be launching London Info International at such a prestigious venue.

'Attendees will benefit from the eclectic mix of speakers and leading edge exhibitors on site during the two days. We would encourage everyone to register for the speed networking sessions where there will be the potential to make up to 60 new connections.'

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