The risk of piracy and the possibility of introducing errors into a text due to cultural differences are just two factors that weigh against outsourcing editing overseas.
Takeaways from the event: the lines between tradition and innovation are being blurred, options are proliferating, quality control and metadata matter.
While India leads the world in delivering outsourced publishing services for international publishers, its domestic industry still emerging.
Just like its economy, emerging at a growth rate of 8.8%, India’s publishing industry is expanding at a rapid pace.
Salwa Shakhshir, a children’s book publisher from Amman, Jordan, attended the second annual Publishers Training program organized by KITAB and The Center for Publishing at New York University’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies in Abu Dhabi. She’s documented her experiences for Publishing Perspectives. Read coverage of Day 1, Day 2, Day 3. By Salwa Shakhshir Our final day of training focused …