Foyles expands its “Bookshop of the Future concept” beyond London with the opening of its new “physical meets digital” bookstore in Birmingham.
The Turkish book market offers great opportunities for foreign publishers. Özkan Özdem shares need-to-know information for working with Turkish publishers.
According to reports in The Bookseller, many Waterstones bookstores have removed the Amazon Kindle from their shelves because of poor sales of the device.
Discussions as the International Translation Day conference focused on how to sell more literary translations, with an emphasis on sales and marketing.
Ten-year-old Chinese bookstore chain The Bookworm, founded by two expats, has become a go-to-destination in Asia, having hosted 3,000 touring authors.
After snapping up most of Murakami’s latest book to thwart Amazon, Kinokuniya bookstore chain plans to try monopolizing more titles.
When Tsutaya Bookstores partnered with the Takeo Library, the result was a stunning building that left only enough money to stock it with cast off books.
The number of bookstores in Sweden is declining, but those still in business are now getting out of the red, benefitting from poor online competition.
Some of the UK’s most famous authors and publishers are donating their earnings from book sales to raise £1m for Syrian refugees.
Neil Balthaser of Intellogo discusses the company’s launch, target markets and how AI and machine learning intends to simplify and solve complex problems.