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Li Hongwen
Article 50: A View From China

Ahead of his new book Inside the Middle Kingdom publishing this June, Jon Geldart, Executive Director of Market Development at Grant Thornton and all-round China expert shares with us China's view on Theresa May's triggering of Article 50, and finally getting us on the road to Brexit.

The general consensus? 

"Brexit is seen as an opportunity for Britain"

Read more here.
LID Radio: Simon Tyler

This week's LID Radio podcast is with Simon Tyler. Simon speaks about his work as a 'Simplist' and the reasons behind vast complexities in our personal and professional lives. There's also a sneak peek at some of his favourite Simple Notes from his book, including 'How to Slay the Email Dragon!'

Find out more about Simon Tyler and The "Keep It Simple'"Book.
China's Entrepreneurs Series Launch
Early this month, we launched the China's Entrepreneurs Series at London's prestigiousSouthbank Centre.
The event kicked off with food and drinks, followed by a warm welcome from Martin Liu, General Manager at LID Publishing, who then introduced Jiang Jun, Vice President of China Publishing Group Corp. to the stage for a few words.
Next followed a diverse panel discussion with guests Professor Yi-Ke-Guo, Director of Data Science Institute at Imperial College London, Michael Jenkins, Chief Executive at Roffey Park, Dr Jun Li, Senior Lecturer of Management Science & Entrepreneurship at University of Essex, Grace Wang, China Economist at Chinese Business Social Network (CBSN) and Ben Walker, Editor of Dialogue Magazine, who chaired the discussion. For more information about the series, click here.
Martketing by Javier Sanchez Lamelas is a Foreword INDIES finalist.
The Human Way by Kelly Odell on 2016 Foreword INDIES Book of the Year Award Finals List.
Dedication by Huang Weiwei was The HR Director's book of the month.
See their review here >>
The Net Doctor took some tips on increasing your confidence from The Crisis Book.
China Daily caught wind of our new series looking at the secrets of China's leading entrepreneurs

Too Hot To Handle? - Madison Avenue Manslaughter Launch

Marketers and ad agency executives joined Michael Farmer for an evening of unvarnished truth at Ogilvy & Mather in NYC, where the controversial author discussed the reasons behind the demise of the modern advertising industry — and how to save it with a healthy dose of restructuring. Find out more about Michael Farmer's book here. And don't miss his weekly column on the future of advertising in Media Village

Wise and Witty, Indeed! 

Last month, Tim Love celebrated the second edition paperback release of his award-winning title, The Book That Gets Better With Age. Huge thanks to Barnes & Noble Naples for hosting, and of course, to all of the fans who came out to show their support for positive ageing!

LID China Annual Editorial Board Meeting

LID’s China editorial board was at the Man Ho Restaurant in Shanghai for its third annual meeting. In attendance from LID were Marcelino Elosua, Martin Liu and Monica Wang. We were able to welcome a new member to the China editorial board: Professor Jiang Qingyun of the School of Management, Fudan University. As well as reviewing a strong 2016 for LID in China (during which projects with Dalian Wanda, and Huawei were undertaken), the board discussed the importance of entrepreneurs in China’s growth, the re-emergence of long-form reading (particularly books) amongst younger people in China, and the continued globalisation of several of China’s main companies. Several interesting ideas for potential projects and collaborations were discussed, and the evening ended with LID showing its appreciation to the board members for their continued support.

Launch of Leadership Made in Spain

Leadership Made in Spain by José Manuel Casado was presented at the Crystal Tower in Madrid earlier this month. The book
 shows the keys to competitiveness through the testimony of 12 great Spanish directors.

During the presentation, José Manuel Casado moderated the panel discussion in which two of the contributors to the book took part: Carlos Espinosa de Los Monteros, High Commissioner of the Government for the Brand Spain, and Francisco Román, president of Vodafone Spain.

Find out more about José Manuel Casado.

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