The British Council’s Young Creative Entrepreneur (YCE) programme celebrates entrepreneurial skills and drive within the creative industries and has been running since 2004.  The Digital Publishing Award showcases people pushing the boundaries of digital publishing — stimulating innovation and economic growth. The Literary Platform has collaborated with the British Council to produce the programme for the Digital Publishing Young Creative Entrepreneurs, 2014 who will be coming to London Book Fair 2014.
From April 5-12, the seven shortlisted entrepreneurs will meet in London to begin bridging their connections to the UK and fellow participants at a number of events designed to educate and inspire. Highlights of the programme include attending the Digital Minds Conference which includes speakers: author Anthony Horowitz, Bill Thompson from BBC Archives, and Baroness Martha Lane Fox.
The shortlist entrepreneurs will present at the London Book Fair and go on a trend safari around London where they will meet the team behind Pottermore, the online experience built around the Harry Potter books, Made in Me, a digital media company that produces and publishes award-winning apps and interactive content for children, Vice and Dazed Magazine amongst others, and the winner will present their vision of the future at a special debate on …read more

Via: The Literary Platform