When you ask leading university press personalities, the phrase you keep hearing about the ‘sheer joy’ of attending trade shows is?—’face-to-face.’
As more publishers look to rights and licensing for revenue, London Book Fair’s long-running Introduction to Rights program takes on new value.
Exhibitors headed for the Bologna Children’s Book Fair are voting on notable publishers; BookExpo and BookCon announce new speakers.
Lithuania’s key event in literature builds on last year’s turnout of close to 68,000 people and is geared to attractions for adult and younger readers.
Stressing ‘intellectual momentum’ for Saudi Arabia’s younger citizens, the ministry of culture plans a complex 10-day program for the 2017 fair in Riyadh.
Can you afford not to capitalize on every revenue opportunity? Licensing specialist Kris Kliemann says rights are your whole staff’s business.
Fellows who attended Guadalajara International Book Fair offer feedback on insights into the Latin American book market and its opportunities.
Citing strong response to its LitAg and to the Business Club offering, Frankfurt Book Fair found 90 percent of its exhibitors involved in purchases.
Quickly adapting after India’s prime minister decommissioned the country’s 500- and 1,000-rupee notes on November 8, many book fairs and festivals are ‘going cashless’.
A market with few reliable statistics, Pakistan’s literary leaders work in Western publishing markets and its main play at home is in textbooks.