Early Bird Registration Open for 2018 Annual Conference

FAPA Annual Conference

Early Bird Registration Open for 2018 Annual Conference

Apr 25, 2018Programs and Events

2018 FAPA Annual Conference

Friday, August 3? and Saturday, August 4, 2018
Hilton Orlando Buena Vista Palace

Join us for the 2018 FAPA Annual Conference this?August. This networking and educational event will offer two days of sessions with a focus on The Business of Publishing. ?Industry leaders, including NYT best-selling authors Charles Todd and Lisa Black, will share their expertise and a variety of tools needed to flourish in this evolving publishing environment. ?Join your industry colleagues and discover innovative marketing ideas and sales strategies.

Discounted Early-Bird Registration?is now open for the 2018?FAPA Annual Conference.? Purchase your?tickets before?May 31, 2018, to take advantage of the great discounts.

After the conference, please join us to honor the 2018 medalists at the FAPA President’s Book Awards Banquet. This annual event?recognizes book publishing excellence and creativity in design, content, and production for North American authors and publishers. This year, there?are books entered in?forty-three categories and two separate cover design categories.

 

Don't Miss the Premier Educational and Networking Publishing Industry Event in Florida

Click on the button to register for the conference, to get your tickets for the 2018 President?s Book Awards Banquet and get your discounted hotel reservations.

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