Negotiating book rights and augmented reality featured in the Rights Exchange Forum

Learn about negotiating book rights and augmented reality in the Rights Exchange Forum at the 38th Manila International Book Fair. The forum will be held on September 15, 2017, 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., in Meeting Rooms 4 and 5 at the SMX Convention Center. Frankfurt Book Fair’s Vice President for Business Development, Claudia Kaiser continue reading : Negotiating book rights and augmented reality featured in the Rights Exchange Forum

Frankfurt Book Fair competitions for free travel and exhibitor stand

The Frankfurt Book Fair is hosting the following competitions for free travel to Germany and a free exhibitor stand at the fair on October 11 to 15:  Frankfurt Book Fair Study Tour for Children’s and YA Lit editors  The Frankfurt Book Fair (Frankfurter Buchmesse) is organizing a Study Tour for editors from South East Asia on children’s and continue reading : Frankfurt Book Fair competitions for free travel and exhibitor stand

Call for the 2016 Frankfurt Book Fair Fellowship and Exhibitors

To gear up the Philippines’ participation in the Frankfurt Book Fair (FBF) in 2016, Filipino publishers, editors, rights and licensing professionals, agents and product managers (print and digital) are encouraged to apply for the Frankfurt Fellowship. The Fellowship was instituted in 1998 and has seen 300 participants from 55 countries in the last 15 years. continue reading : Call for the 2016 Frankfurt Book Fair Fellowship and Exhibitors

Bold step for PH publishing

By Neni Sta. Romana Cruz 24 October 2015 Philippine Daily Inquirer By this time, the intrepid team of seven publishers that made possible the Philippines’ first-ever collective stand at the 67th Frankfurt Book Fair (FBF or Buchmesse) would have returned home, energized by the initial foray in the international market and encouraged by the number continue reading : Bold step for PH publishing

Kota Buku delegates meet Philippine publishers for international KL book fair

Delegates from Kota Buku—one of Malaysia’s leading agencies for book development—recently visited Manila to invite Philippine publishers to participate in the Kuala Lumpur Trade & Copyright Centre (KLTCC) 2015, which will be held on April 15-16 at the Seri Pacific Hotel. The National Book Development Board (NBDB) organized the meeting to link Philippine publishers and continue reading : Kota Buku delegates meet Philippine publishers for international KL book fair