Bodour Al Qasimi spoke at São Paulo’s professional program about the IPA’s Inspire plan and the book industry’s important issues.
Ahead of the São Paulo International Book Fair, publishers explore key market hurdles for the Portuguese-language world.
Like the 2022 São Paulo International Book Fair itself, its rights-trading professional program this year returns to a fully physical format.
Brazil’s publishers arrive in London with their own stand and offerings at the trade show, including Prêmio Jabuti exhibition. (Sponsored)
Digital distribution and retailing is ramping up, but a year after publishers started investing in innovation just 4,000 titles are available in Brazilian Portuguese.
For expanded coverage of the Brazilian book market, visit our new site and newsletter — PublishNews Brazil — powered by Publishing Perspectives. By Maria Fernanda Rodrigues, PublishNew Brazil The Brazilian publishing market continues to exhibit modest growth. According to the most recent figures released by the Brazilian Book Chamber (CBL) and the Brazilian Publishers Union (SNEL), the total market was …