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Book Launch Events to Engage Readers & Drive Sales

A book launch event can attract publicity, engage readers and drive sales. Here are some pics from book launch events of some of the books published through us.

(Book launch event for Proceedings of the Neo-International Conference on Habitable Environments)

(Book launch event for Archi Talks)

(Book launch event for Trees in Urban Habitat)

(Book launch event for Yedapi)

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