SIPA's Fall Executive Roundtable

London, UK


6:00 - 9:30 PM SIPA's Publishers Dinner

Sign up for this informal networking dinner with fellow publishers and industry experts and enjoy an evening exchanging ideas, sharing successes and finding new approaches to solve your current challenges.

The information shared among those in attendance is always considered confidential and as a result this invites an open, inviting dialogue among participants.

Level 2, Barbican Centre
Silk Street
London EC2Y 8DS, UK

COST: Registration is FREE. Dinner will be £29 for three courses on a prix fixe menu provided before the event. Attendance is limited to 15 so register now to save your seat.

REGISTER FOR  the dinner  


9:30 - 11:30 AM

SIPA's Executive Roundtable

Register for the Roundtable

  • Members and First-Time Nonmember Attendees - Free
  • Nonmembers - $200

Memery Crystal
44 Southampton Buildings,
London WC2A 1AP
Nearest tube: Chancery Lane

Topic: What’s creating value today?


David Foster, CEO, BVR
David Foster is the CEO of Business Valuation Resources, the U.S.-based publisher of transaction, legal and other databases for the business valuation profession. In the ten years since he acquired BVR, it has grown 320%. Much of this growth resulted from successful responses to the revolution in information industry business processes during the last decade—changes that have forced BVR and other publishers to reinvent sales, marketing, product development, technology, editorial, pricing, and every other part of their operations.
In addition to BVR, Foster was the co-founder of IOMA, Inc., a management publisher he sold to the Bureau of National Affairs in 1998. He has served on the Boards of 14 information industry companies, as well as a number of non-profits such as Copyright Clearance Center and Symphony Space. He won SIPA’s Hall of Fame Award 2000. He's also a member of OutSell's publishing CEO Leadership Community.

11:30 AM




To learn more about SIPA membership or this event, Nancy Brand at or (781) 754-4771.