The Book Industry Study Group–focused on supply chain in the United States–is reformatting its annual meeting to a series of digital events held over weeks.
Our roundup today includes international book business event information from New Zealand, Colombia, Spain, Tunisia, and the United States.
BISG opens its new fiscal year and seats a board this week, as London’s Exact Editions announces its digitization of ‘Cornucopia.’
Recalled for her buoyant personality, Robin Seaman has been praised since her unexpected death in January as a trailblazer in facilitating books’ accessibility for those with reading barriers.
‘In an industry where everything is returnable, why are we out of stock so often?’ The Book Industry Study Group’s annual meeting tackled questions like this, with a strong focus on the supply chain.
Reconstituting its board as a leaner group of sector-specific players, BISG adds new advisory assets and a council of associations to its strategy.
As the US Book Industry Study Group surveys new awareness of rights, China’s markets are seeing positive trends in copyright-based exports.
From data-charged business to a library centered on a community’s needs, BISG’s ‘Making Information Pay’ event looks at the data driving us all.
Working ‘to avoid the traditional divisions between digital and print,’ BISG’s Brian O’Leary is ready to talk about leading the trade organization forward.
As BISG members gather for a 40th annual meeting, the organization’s incoming director. Brian O’Leary, is focused on ‘execution and strategies.’