Ed Nawotka on the Audi presence at the Frankfurt Book Fair, and the parallels facing the publishing and auto industries.
The country offers a diverse range of publications, from gorgeous cookbooks and cutting-edge education titles to literary and Islamic texts.
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 …
Business Opportunities for Academic Publishers in the MENA Region With governments strategically investing in higher education, the opportunities for academic and professional publishers are tremendously growing in the Gulf Region. Learn more about the opportunities available to your company and on how to gain access to this market at the Abu Dhabi International Book Fair. When: TODAY, 12 October, 14.30 …
A look Iceland’s role in international publishing, the future of digital publishing in Iceland, and how they survived the economic crisis.
Edward Nawotka looks at the cross-polination that comes from the StoryDrive and SPARKS conferences at The Frankfurt Book Fair with film, gaming, and books.
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.
Jonathan Franzen, J.M. Coetzee, and Arnaldur Indridason talk about Iceland’s impact on the literary world.