The IPA’s International Publishers Congress focuses on women in publishing, accessibility, the state of reading, the value of EdTech, cultural hegemony, and more.
The 33rd International Publishers Congress heads for Indonesia in a fully physical presentation, with speakers including Jesús Badenes, Gabriella Page-Fort, and Adi Ekatama.
The second annual JakTent program in Jakarta in November now has the backing of the Sarinah Window on Indonesia retail group.
Putting its biennial International Publishers Congress program back on track, the IPA names Jakarta the site of its 2022 gathering.
Not just books: Laura Prinsloo, who chairs Jakarta’s National Book Committee, says Market Focus Indonesia will stress ‘everything from film, games, animation and apps, to character, entertainment, and intellectual property.’
As the Sharjah International Book Fair opened this month in the United Arab Emirates, London Book Fair and Indonesia’s cultural program team met to plan for March’s Market Focus program at Olympia London.
The Frankfurter Buchmesse’s StoryDrive Asia conference in Singapore highlighted one of the most promising publishing regions, Southeast Asia, and its emerging digital scene.
Exploring and enriching the Southeast Asian publishing markets, Singapore’s StoryDrive Asia conference is set for November 13 and 14.
The Beijing Book Fair is growing thanks to to expanding international interest in the Chinese book market and demand for a place to conduct rights business in Asia.
Several institutions are working in Jakarta to cultivate interest in foreign rights sales: the Lontar Foundation, National Book Committee, and Indonesia Rights Fair.
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