Three young publishers – Eve Williams (Cedar Communications), Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett (The Vagenda) and Jonny Burch (Shellsuit Zombie) – share their thoughts on the challenges and opportunities that come from working in a radically changing industry on Tuesday October 16.
Twenty-nine-year-old Eve Williams is the MD of Cedar Communications. She's responsible for Tesco Magazine (Britain's biggest magazine, with seven million readers) and last year she launched the title in the Chinese market.
Twenty-five-year-old Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett was the winner of last year's Guardian Student Media Columnist of the Year. She co-founded the feminist blog The Vagenda, and has written for the Guardian and the New Statesman amongst others. She has just signed a deal with Random House to co-write the Vagenda book.
Twenty-six-year-old Jonny Burch is the editor of Shellsuit Zombie, the annual magazine for young people finding their way into the creative industries. He's also the co-founder of creative agency Zombie Labs, and he splits his time between London and Stockholm.
Spanning magazines, newspapers, blogs and social media, they'll share their experiences of entering the industry, and will speak about where they see it going next.