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This year’s Online Information event at Olympia is already lining up its most comprehensive array of conference themes in the event’s twenty-five year history.

Speakers will be flying in from around the world to discuss a wide variety of contemporary issues that will be of interest to professionals from every sector of the information

Online information is the world’s largest forum for information professionals, librarians, end users, academics, publishers and content vendors. It is the only place that
brings together the best minds in the information industry.

Event Director Katherine Allen says “the Online Information 2001 conference features key topics that are shaping information use, management and publishing in the
internet age.”

Themes will include intranets and content management, search engines and search techniques, e-government, information literacy, corporate portals, managing
information and new tools and technologies.

Allen continues: “Even at this early stage the reputation of the conference has attracted an impressive selection of industry figureheads who have put themselves forward
as speakers. We are determined that our silver jubilee will feature the widest selection of resources ever offered at Online Information.”

There are expected to be more than 340 exhibitors at the event on 4-6 December 2001, with over 15,600 visitors.


Note to editors:

Online Information is the largest information industry event in the world and is organised by Learned Information Europe Ltd.

The conference presents leading online industry commentators, consultants and professionals, top academics and key vendors exploring major issues that have shaped
the industry, determining the key trends facilitating developments for the future.

The exhibition brings together over 340 exhibiting companies showcasing a wealth of information sources for all industry sectors as well as solutions for information
management, retrieval and dissemination.

The event takes place on 4th-6th December 2001 at Olympia Grand Hall, London, UK.

The Executive Board for the conference includes:

- Martin White, Managing Director, Intranet Focus Ltd, UK

- Sheila Webber, Lecturer, Department of Information Studies, Sheffield University, UK

- Lesley Robinson, Independent Consultant, UK

- David Mort, Director, IRN Services Ltd, UK

- Susan Jackson, Head of Information, Roche Discovery Welwyn, UK

- Paul Blake, Editor, ManageIT, UK

For further details: see the web site at
Or contact Rebekah Hart, Marketing Manager at Learned Information Europe Ltd,
Telephone: +44 (0)1865 388000, e-mail:

For further press information: contact Ross Clarke or David Wallen, LivePR,
Telephone: +44 (0)20 7630 1100 or e-mail:

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