The editor-in-chief of Germany’s trade magazine Börsenblatt, Torsten Casimir becomes Frankfurter Buchmesse’s communications lead.
Frankfurter Buchmesse’s Kathrin Grün Leaves for the Museum Reinhard Ernst
The 13-year lead in communications and public relations at Frankfurt is taking a position with Wiesbaden’s new Museum Reinhard Ernst.
Boos and Budianta: ‘Celebrating Diversity’ in Jakarta
The closing panel of the 2022 IPA International Publishers Congress looks the responsibility to increase diversity in book publishing.
The Publishing Perspectives Forum at Frankfurt: ‘What Young Readers Need’
The pandemic, branding, and geopolitical politics were on the table in Juergen Boos’ conversation with CEOs of Scholastic and Ravensburger.
Frankfurt 2022: 180,000 Trade and Public Visitors
Amid ‘an oppressive global political situation,’ says Frankfurt Book Fair president and CEO Juergen Boos, ‘this fair sent important signals.’
Frankfurt Releases Interim Numbers: 90,000 Trade Visitors
‘The number of trade visitors has exceeded our expectations,’ says Frankfurt Book Fair president and CEO Juergen Boos.
Ukraine’s Volodymyr Zelensky Addresses Frankfurt
The Ukrainian president made the case in his Frankfurt Book Fair address that culture, like life, is under fire under the Russian assault.
Frankfurt’s News Conference: A ‘Necessary Understanding’
The 2022 Frankfurter Buchmesse is opened with heartfelt pleasure in a return to Frankfurt—and candid alarm about coming challenges.
Frankfurt’s Juergen Boos Is Iceland’s Vigdís Prize Laureate
The Icelandic Vigdís Prize 2022 goes to Juergen Boos in recognition of his ‘tireless support of languages and cultures’ at Frankfurt’s helm.
Frankfurt Aims for 70 Percent of Its Pre-Pandemic Size
In today’s German and international news conferences, key elements of Frankfurt Book Fair were spotlighted by organizers.