Every year, the conversations in Frankfurt lead to a set of new buzzwords that you hear over and over throughout the fair. Here are the ten that we discovered this year.
Faber’s Will Atkinson spoke in Frankfurt about the publisher’s success with its branding initiatives.
At the first-ever Metadata Perspectives conference, experts from around the world discuss the advantages of good metadata.
Australian children’s books consistently outsell adult fiction in the global rights market, according to trade magazine Bookseller+Publisher’s annual survey of Australian rights managers.
By Hannah Johnson The Frankfurt Book Fair officially opened yesterday evening, ringing in the 2011 Fair with Iceland as the Guest of Honor this year. Speakers also discussed this year’s cooperation with car-maker Audi, whose pavillion in the Fair has become a hive of activity — it is home to the Press Centre, the StoryDrive conference and other events this …
Philip Downer said at TOC Frankfurt that protected book markets in Europe preserve diversity of publishing and bookselling in contrast to markets like the UK.
Mitch Joel advised boo publishers of the increased marketing opportunities on mobile platforms as more consumers shop on their smartphones.
Nielsen Book reported at TOC Frankfurt that print book sales are declining in key global markets, but consumers are increasingly enticed by the value of e-books.
Publishing Perspectives released its first print issue of this year’s Frankfurt Book Fair on Tuesday, a day before the Fair officially opens.
Once consumers migrate to Kindle, there are even more sales, with Kindle users buying three times as many books.