The winner of the 2023 FT/Schroders Business Book of the Year’s 19th competition is to be named on December 4.
The FT Business Book of the Year issues a 15-title longlist, with a six-title shortlist ahead and a winner to be named in December.
The Financial Times is joined this year by Schroders, with added support from Nikkei, in the £30,000 Business Book of the Year award.
A timely selection, Chris Williams’ ‘Chip War’ from Simon & Schuster wins the £30,000 FT Book of the Year Award in London.
The United Kingdom-based business book competition is in its 18th year. Its shortlist deals with economics, business, and politics.
The focus of Poland’s MT Biznes is on small companies’ needs. A title the house has translated for sales in the UK has gone well.
Issue-driven nonfiction brings cultural and science topics into the business context in the 16th Business Book of the Year Award shortlist.
Sarah Frier’s ‘No Filter’ takes the £30,000 Business Book of the Year honor, in a strong shortlist from the FT and McKinsey & Company.
Eligible for books originally published in English or in translation, the FT-McKinsey program looks for work to ‘stand the test of time.’
Some fear that a summary can kill book sales, but Lucerne’s getAbstract for 20 years has created and distributed summaries in partnership with publishers.