LID Publishing Newsletter · December 2015
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The Future Book
The future book
40 ways to future-proof your work and life
Magnus Lindkvist
Surviving The Tech Storm
Surviving the tech storm
Strategy in times of technological uncertainty
Nicklas Bergman
Jonathan Geldart speaks at the IoD Yorks/North East Annual Dinner

On November 11th, Jonathan Geldart, author of Notes from a Beijing Coffeeshop, attended the North Yorkshire Annual dinner in Harrogate. The event was run by the IoD, and took place in the Grade I listed Regency House. Jonathan gave humor-filled insights into modern China, sharing his thoughts on the impact of China on the UK economy and the rest of the world.
Per Wimmer’s The Green Bubble Book Launch

On November 23rd, LID celebrated the launch of Per Wimmer’s new book, The Green Bubble. The launch took place at Savills. The Green Bubble: for green energy to be truly sustainable, it must be commercially sustainable focuses on the real solution to our never-ending demand for energy and the environmental crisis facing us. 
Steven D’ Souza at IE Business School Alumni Weekend!

Steven D’Souza, co-author (with Diana Renner) of the award-winning title Not Knowing (the CMI Management Book of the Year 2015), spoke at the IE Business School Alumni Weekend on November 14th. Speaking to over 250 IE alumni at the atmospheric Old Billingsgate in London, he talked about dealing with uncertainty and complexity, which are key themes of the book. He explained how people can embrace “not knowing” and turn it to their advantage. 

 
Lars Tvede and Andy Law at TEDxHSBC

On November 2nd, Lars Tvede, author of The Creative Society and Andy Law, author of Implosion gave talks at TEDxHSBC at Canary Wharf. Lars Tvede spoke about how the west became creative and Andy Law discussed the impact of the internet on culture and communication. 

 
Concise Advice Lab Mixer

LID is looking forward to welcoming both existing and potential Concise Advice authors to its Concise Advice Lab mixer on December 8th. The mixer will run from 6:30-8:30 pm at Crowdshed in London. Existing authors will have the opportunity to give short presentations on their books. This will also be a chance to mingle and get into the holiday spirit. 

If you are interested in attending, please email: tasneem.mahmoud@lidpublishing.com. 


 
Simone Andersen at The Business Networking Group event

On December 10th, Simone Andersen will be running a seminar on networking at the Double Tree by Hilton in London.  The event will be organised by The Business Networking Group. 
Tas in The Telegraph 
Anthony ‘Tas’ Tasgal, author of The Storytelling Book discusses the power of a storytelling approach in business Read more >> 
Jonathan Gifford mentioned in cultureuniversity.com
Jonathan Gifford, co-author of My Steam Engine is Broken, talks about the organisation as a community of people Read more >>
Chris Buckingham in the FT
Chris Buckingham, author of Crowdfunding Intelligence discusses consolidation in Crowdfunding  Read more >>
Chris Buckingham in Crowdsourcingweek.com
Chris Buckingham, author of Crowdfunding Intelligence discusses why the crowd is the life blood of crowdfunding campaigns Read more >>
Per Wimmer in the New Statesman
Per Wimmer, author of The Green Bubble discusses how to make sustainability sustainable Read More >>
AT Kearney in InterContinental Finance 
Kai Engel, Violetka Dirlea and Jochen Graff, authors of Masters of Innovation, discuss the attritubes to the world’s best innovators. Read More >>
Sara Taheri, LID Publishing’s Editorial Director, piqued our curiosity about about next year’s titles:

Which titles are you most looking forward to?

I am excited about The Wanda Way, written by Wang Jainlin, Founder and Chairman of The Wanda Group and Enabling Genius, written by leading business coaching expert, Myles Downey 

What interests you about these books?

Wanda is one of the biggest companies in China and I believe this book will help make Wanda a household name in the west. The Wanda Way also offers insights into the tremendous drive and ambition required to build a major empire.  

Enabling Genius is a personal favorite of mine because it explains how you can express your own personal genius or talent. 

What else are you excited about for next year?

I am excited about expanding our Concise Advice series and holding a mixer to start promoting it.  We look forward to doing a wider range of topics in the new year. 

I am excited to develop our Concise Advice series as a brand, welcoming new titles such as The Financial Wellbeing Book and The Mindfulness Book. I am very much looking forward to our Concise Advice Lab Mixer on December 8th, as it will give us a chance to celebrate our existing concise advice titles and promote our Concise Advice series.
Belarmino Garcia launches his book, The Power of Passion

On October 20th LID Editorial celebrated the launch of Belarmo Garcia’s book, The Power of Passion at IE Business School. 

The book’s main message is ‘without risk, there is no fun’.  It is about freeing oneself from one’s comfort zone and learning to lead a project that many experts have failed to execute in the past. Jeanne Bracken, General Manager of LID Editorial Madrid stated: ‘it is a book that I would recommend to all start-ups, it gives inspirational examples and ideas.’ 

Before writing his book, Belarmino Garcia was founder and CEO of Zeerca
LID Spain releases Not Knowing

No Saber, the Spanish translation of the CMI Management Book of the Year Award Not Knowing has been published in Spain
Pedro Algorta presents his book in Mexico

Pedro Algorta, author of Into the Mountains, presented his book at the banking and commercial school of Anahuac University and Grupo CARSO CTIN.

Pedro shared his true story of survival after a plane crash in the Andes. The talk was followed by questions and answer sessions, and Pedro signed his copies of his book for the participants.

His book is available in bookstores in Mexico.
LID books finalists in 2015 Best Book Awards

LID USA is proud to announce that Adaptive Capacity by Juan Carlos Eichholz and Madison Avenue Manslaughter by Michael Farmer have just been named finalists in the 2015 USA Best Book Awards.

Adaptive Capacity was listed in the  “Business: Management & Leadership category” and Madison Avenue Manslaughter was listed in the “Business: Marketing & Advertising ” category of the 2015 USA Best Book Awards.


 
Madison Avenue Manslaughter  longlisted for the 800-CEO-READ Business Book of the Year

Michael Farmer’s Madison Avenue Manslaughter has been added to the longlist for the 2015 800-CEO-READ Business Book of the Year, within the industrial marketing category. 

These awards recognize the best business books at the end of each year. The shortlist will be announced this month and the winner will be announced at a publisher appreciation event in New York in January 2016. 


 
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