At the opening ceremony for the 2024 edition of Taipei’s book fair, Taiwan’s president speaks of ‘democratic partners.’
The state of Brandenburg’s ‘Reading Is Life’ campaign is providing some €3 million in book and workbook vouchers to schools.
Germany’s popular and still-new KulturPass for 18-year-olds sees its per-person allocations dropped ‘from €200 to €100 for this year.’
Small- and medium-sized publishers make up 50.1 percent of the Italian book market, reports AIE at today’s Più Libri Più Liberi opening.
Books lead expenditures made by young Germans on the new KulturPass, which has generated more than €3.2 million in revenue in two months.
The RISE Bookselling project with the EIBF assesses the value of Europe’s four ‘culture pass’ programs for young readers – and the industry.
The new German KulturPass opens its €200 offer for 18-year-olds, with bookstores reportedly signing right up to participate.
Situated at a famous East-West intersection, Thessaloniki this week hosts a new professional program in publishing at its 19th book fair.
The Börsenverein and Libri.Campus will lead a May 11–12 program with new data showing that young consumers, 16 to 29 years old, are buying more books.
The EC’s first ‘Day of European Authors’ has been welcomed and co-organized in at least 27 European member-states, led by Brussels.