Browsing by topic: Kotobarabia

Why Arabic Epublishing Didn’t Work Then…and Could Work Now

Ramy Habeeb

Ramy Habeeb, founder of Kotobarabia — the first Arabic ebookstore — explains the mistakes he made and what needs to happen now to make Arabic ebooks viable.

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Digital Publishing Growth in the Arab World: Slow, But Steady

Tunisian App Developer

The Abu Dhabi Book Fair next week will showcase several Arabic digital publishing startups, including Qordoba Books, but there’s still unfulfilled potential.

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Arab, Western Publishers Have a Responsibility to Egypt

By Edward Nawotka For obvious reasons, if you want customer service this week from Kotobarabia, Egypt’s predominant e-book store, you’re out of luck. The lifting […]

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LBF Digest: Tales of the “Hero Fair Goers”

By Ramy Habeeb, founder and CEO, I think one of the most depressing things that a truly committed publisher can see are empty bookshelves. […]

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