5 - 6 Dec 2017 Business Design Centre, 52 Upper Street, Islington, London N1 0QH


London Info International 2017 is more than just another conference; it is an independent platform that enables discussions, engages communities, shares knowledge and drives change with influencers, users and providers of information across all disciplines.

LII 2017 is independent and inclusive. It exists to bring together a community of engaged information professionals to improve outcomes in research, education and business.

The conference will pose the questions: What happens next? What will the information landscape look like in 5 or 10 years’ time? Who will be the stakeholders? What can we do today that will prepare us for tomorrow? Most of all, the event is a celebration of everything that actively enables the information community to be at the cutting-edge of change affecting industries globally. To see 2017 conference themes, click here


12 things to expect at LII 2017

1. NEW Central London Location: Business Design Centre, Islington
2. Conference – multi-stream, multi-themes, ground-breaking, international, independent and inclusive
3. Themed Exhibition – (aimed at individual corporate verticals, academia and government): the world’s leading content providers, technology companies, workflow solutions providers and more
4. Organised Networking and Scheduled Introductions for exhibitors and attendees: discover future customers
5. Disruptor Wall and Poster Campaign – start-ups that could change the information world – a moderated competitive and networking event
6. Seminar Programme – high calibre presentations, quality educational content and case studies
7. Learning Stream – for delegates, visitors and exhibitors
8. Executive Briefings and Masterclasses – for practitioners and vendors
9. Open Conference – see the latest content tools and technologies, or present your own – for delegates, visitors and exhibitors; plus product showcases on the showfloor
10. London Info Talks – new engagement programme: monthly webinars covering relevant topics
11. Reception – for delegates and invited guests – meet your peers from around the world and share experiences
12. Community – build and engage with the information community: discuss, digest and influence change

"The business opportunities and connections that arise from live events are so much more valuable than just writing emails and talking on the phone"

Mailin Choy, Manager, Frankfurt Book Fair