Association of Canadian Publishers (ACP)
Communications and MarketingThe ACP, on behalf of its Members, acts as the main interlocutor and policy interface between the many publishing industry players. The ACP website provides a list of its members, news and announcements, and information on how to get published and distributed. The events calendar and news pages give up-to-date information on activities in the publishing industry and are a useful tool to promote the successes of our publishers. ACP also disseminates timely and relevant information to the membership on a bi-weekly basis through its ACP Update email newsletter.
Government and Public RelationsThe ACP provides public policy advice, feedback and representation to both levels of government, cultural and arts agencies, the media and the public. Member publishers have the opportunity to shape their policy climate though their participation in ACP meetings, committees, and lobbying efforts.
Research and Professional DevelopmentThe ACP conducts industry-specific research and professional development seminars that assist its Members to strengthen their ability to sell Canadian-authored titles. The ACP is member driven, flexible and responsive to publishers' needs. It structures its research and seminars to suit members' business requirements. The ACP manages six special-interest committees: Supply Chain and BookNet Canada Committee; Children's Publishers Committee; Canada Council Committee; Education Committee; Copyright Committee and the Export Committee.
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