Management and Marketing Section

Division: Support of the Profession

The Section was formed as the Round Table on Management. A growing interest in marketing resulted in the IFLA Professional Board establishing a new Section on Management and Marketing in 1997. The interest in the Section was evident when over 70 members joined at the start of 1998. New members are always welcome, and encouraged to participate in the work of the Section whether or not they are able to attend the IFLA conferences. Much of the work of the Section is done by email in addition to postal services and now via this website.

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Last update: 13 April 2017

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2016 IFLA International Marketing Award Winners Announced

The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions’ (IFLA) Section on Management and Marketing and computer firm BibLibre, are pleased to announce the winners of the IFLA International Marketing Award for 2016. The award honors organizations that have implemented creative, results-oriented marketing projects or campaigns that promote the library and information services industry.

19 April 2017

2016 IFLA International Marketing Award Winners Announced

The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions’ (IFLA) Section on Management and Marketing and computer firm BibLibre, are pleased to announce the winners of the IFLA International Marketing Award for 2016. The award honors organizations that have implemented creative, results-oriented marketing projects or campaigns that promote the library and information services industry.

19 April 2017

2016 IFLA International Marketing Award Winners Announced

winner The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions’ (IFLA) Section on Management and Marketing and computer firm BibLibre, are pleased to announce the winners of the IFLA International Marketing Award for 2016. The award honors organizations that have implemented creative, results-oriented marketing projects or campaigns that promote the library and information services industry.

19 April 2017