16 & 17 October 2018 · Olympia London

Sponsorships

This intensive two-day learning event provides plenty of informal networking among its participants and sponsors. ILI's Sponsor Showcase provides further opportunity for attendees to network and review global information products, services and resources available now. The conference is structured so that breaks, lunches and receptions give sponsors prime time to talk with attendees and establish their information needs. The tabletop format for this Showcase exhibition offers opportunities for quick demos and informal conversations and the Showcase remains open throughout the event.

To discuss ILI’s range of sponsorship opportunities, contact

Sjoerd Vogt
Direct: +44 (0)1367 241707
Fax: +44 (0)700 601 9221
Email: svogt@infotoday.com
Mobile: +44 (0)7810 253111
Skype: s10erd

Platinum

Gale connects libraries to learning and learners to libraries

For more than 60 years, Gale, a Cengage Company has partnered with libraries around the world to empower the discovery of knowledge and insights by all people, for all purposes.

Knowledge is power, and the act of learning is empowering. Access to knowledge offers learners an opportunity to discover the motivation and inspiration vital to making a positive contribution in not only their own lives, but the rest of the world. That's why Gale provides libraries with original and curated content, as well as the modern research tools that are crucial in connecting libraries to learning, and learners to libraries. www.gale.com

Gold Sponsors

Arm

Arm technology is at the heart of a computing and connectivity revolution that is transforming the way people live and businesses operate. More than 70% of the world's population are using Arm technology, which is securely powering products from the sensor to the smartphone to the supercomputer. Arm Education Media is a new publishing operation within Arm. Working with educational organisations and technology partners worldwide, our mission is to educate the next generation of computer and electronic engineers through the publication of textbooks and rich multimedia online resources. www.arm.com

 

GO | School for Information is a specialist educator in the field of Information Services. We offer a wide range of courses for information professionals. Our experienced staff and one hundred freelance lecturers offer a great amount of knowledge and experience which forms the basis of our education programs with strong links to daily practice. www.schoolforinformation.org

 

 

 

Infobase is one of America's leading providers of supplemental educational materials to the school and library markets. Founded in 1940, our company has a long history of publishing award-winning and highly acclaimed resources for K-12 schools, academic institutions, and public libraries. We take pride in creating products that engage, enhance, and enrich the learning experience of students at all levels. And while we still publish individual print and video titles, we now embrace the efficiency and expediency of digital formats in the form of online databases, eLearning Modules, eBook collections, and streaming video collections. www.infobase.com

Supported by

As a leading voice of the independent information industry, AIIP is an essential resource for its more than 400 info entrepreneur members located in over 20 countries around the world. Our members are thought leaders in their field who frequently write about, speak about, and recommend the products and services they use. Experts in their respective fields, AIIP members have written and contributed to books, written white papers for major companies, and/or are editors of journals, magazines, and serial publications. Many of our members' publications are considered seminal works. www.aiip.org

BIALL is the leading professional body in the UK and Ireland for information professionals working within legal information. Set up in 1969 BIALL is a self-supporting association which draws its income primarily from membership subscriptions. biall.org.uk

BF is the Danish Union of Librarians. BF acts both as a trade union, negotiating wage rates, employment and working conditions etc, as well as having a guild function. But we also cover the profession and are concerned with the training of librarians, taking interest in their development, procuring education and in-service training, unemployment and more. In summary, the major aims of the union are to strengthen future work in the professional field, to enforce educational work, and make a special effort to secure employment of librarians. BF has around 4,400 members, working in the public libraries, research and special libraries and in the private sector. www.bf.dk

CILIP is the independent voice that represents and champions all information professionals. With our Royal Charter we help our members develop their skills, build successful careers and deliver high quality information and library services. Find out more about us and why you should become part of our community. www.cilip.org.uk

CLSIG (Commercial, Legal & Scientific Information Group) is one of the oldest special interest groups of CILIP. CLSIG supports and promotes the professional interests of members in commercial, legal and scientific workplace libraries & information services. This is facilitated by providing professional development training, networking opportunities for members, and representing their interests. www.clsig.org.uk

Founded in 1995, the INFORUM conference in Prague has become one of the most important events of its kind in Central Europe. It is focused on electronic information resources and its professional use in science, research, education and business. www.inforum.cz/en/

 

The KNVI is the platform in the Netherlands for Professionals in Information Management, Information Technology and Information Services. The KNVI allows every professional in these disciplines to feel at home. This professional association is known for its independence, integrity, professionalism and attention to the development of professional disciplines. www.knvi.nl

 

The Library Association of Ireland (LAI) was founded in 1928 as the professional body representing libraries and librarianship in Ireland. Its objectives are to promote and develop high standards of librarianship and of library and information services in Ireland, to encourage greater cooperation between libraries, and to promote the professional interests of its members. www.libraryassociation.ie

The Multimedia Information and Technology Group is a lively group which unites CILIP members and standalone members of our Group who are engaged in, or interested in, multimedia information and technology developments in library & information science as well as arts, education and museums across all sectors from schools to public and special libraries, museums and galleries. mmitblog.wordpress.com

SLA Europe is a thriving network of information professionals: individuals and organisations across Europe come together to benefit from each others’ knowledge and experience. SLA Europe is a chapter of SLA, the Special Libraries Association. www.sla-europe.org

The Swedish Association for Information Specialists (SFIS) is for those working professionally with information management, world surveillance and knowledge sharing in Sweden. Our members include libraries, information architects, world analysts and more. www.sfis.nu

UKeiG is a respected and well-established forum for all information professionals, users and developers of electronic information resources. We promote and advance the effective exploitation and management of electronic information and offer a wide range of resources including seminars and workshops. Access is also available to our e-journal eLucidate, our Publications and our popular series of Factsheets. www.cilip.org.uk/members/group.aspx?id=201314

 

Media Partners

Computers in Libraries is a monthly magazine that serves as a showcase and forum for library tech professionals to share their technological projects and success stories with one another. The magazine's reader-friendly features and columns focus on practical applications of technology in public, school, academic, corporate, and special libraries. CIL is the librarian's only independent, peer-to-peer resource on library systems and automation technology. It's all tech, all the time. www.infotoday.com/cilmag

Information Today Europe/ILI365 provides news, facts and figures, strategic thinking, and informed comment on the trends shaping the global information space.

Information Today Europe/ILI365 focuses on innovation, technology and strategies for success in a wide range of information settings from corporate environments to academic and public libraries. Topics covered include knowledge and information management, e-resources, search and discovery, professional development, e-publishing news, technology updates, social media in action, and digital library strategies from across Europe. www.infotoday.eu

Information Today Ltd

Information Today (IT), a monthly news publication, keeps information professionals 'in the know' about news and industry trends that shape our world. IT offers hard-hitting features that provide insight and analysis into the world of information technology, while delivering updates about the latest innovative services and products. IT tackles the news from all angles to keep our readers informed on all fronts. www.infotoday.com/IT

The best of ONLINE and Searcher join forces to create the definitive voice for information professionals. Online Searcher features articles written by practitioner experts as well as columns by information professionals well-known throughout the information industry. Marydee Ojala is the Editor-in-Chief. www.infotoday.com/onlinesearcher

Research Information is Europe's premier magazine, website, and electronic newsletter for those working in publishing, information management, or libraries. Distributed worldwide in print and digital formats, it tracks developments in information management, electronic publishing, libraries, database searching and ebooks, across science, technology, industry and the social sciences.  www.researchinformation.info