The ‘Renew the Book’ Innovation Award is intended to support Dutch startups and organizations that promote reading.
Aimed at supporting Dutch startups and organizations that promote reading, ‘Renew the Book’ Innovation Award is now accepting submissions for the 2021 prize.
At a high-level conference organized by CANIEM, Mexican publishers were encouraged to embrace change and innovation, including new ways to promote reading and book sales.
In efforts like the Dutch Publishers Association’s ‘Renew the Book’ and ‘Scouting Successful Fiction’ at the University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands’ publishing industry explores what’s ahead.
Jesse Finkelstein and Trena White of Page Two, a publishing services firm in Canada reflect on what they’ve learned in their first year in business.
There’s a lot of chat going on about how startups can drive publishing innovation, but publishers need to learn the right way to connect. Here are 5 tips.
We’re years into the digital revolution, but the cultures between publishing and startups remain far apart. What’s been your experience working with startups?
The internet revolution is only 10% complete and we’ve yet to develop a reliable, one-stop tool for book discovery. So, tell us what your ideal tool would be?
The Publishers Forum in Berlin addressed the growing development of digital products like enhanced e-books, digital textbooks, e-book subscriptions.
This series on digital publishing is sponsored by Digital Book World, January 23-25, 2012. Enter discount code PUBPER12 at checkout to save $200 off the registration rate. By Javier Celaya As a writer in the 21st century, I am rather curious as to the different opportunities transmedia storytelling has to offer in the process of creating a work. Which multimedia …
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