The Frankfurt Book Fair offers ample opportunities for exhibitors from the Asian markets. In 2014, a total of 453 Asian exhibitors were present in Frankfurt. Every year, 644 agents are trading rights & licenses in the in the Literary Agents & Scouts Centre (LitAg). Around 10.000 of the Frankfurt Book Fair’s visitors are from Asia.
Four reasons why Asian Publishers need to come to the Frankfurt Publishing Exhibition:
The KIDS area is colourful, exciting and a "must" for anyone involved or interested in the children’s book community.Seminars and networking events during the entire Fair give insight into the "future of reading", what children’s book markets in other countries are doing, and much more. Meet children’s book publishers, agents, digital service providers, illustrators, authors, and others.
Frankfurt Book & Multimedia Fair is also an important international platform for educational media of all kinds: More than 900 publishers, technology suppliers, service providers and other actors from the educational field gather here to do business, to network, to find new trends at the many publishing events around the Fair days.
- Classroom of the Future – Fantastic Islands of Learning:
Expeditions and creative, multimedia activities both in and beyond the Classroom of the Future happens. Interesting learning expeditions and innovative new technologies – the Classroom of the Future offers ambitious content and a versatile program that lets you rethink even the book itself. In cooperation with renowned partners the exhibition created "Fantastic Islands of Learning", offering the following learning inspirations to the audience:
Everyone is talking about progress - the exhibitors actually show it! This area is the home of specialist information, scientific publishing and education. As such, it’s the place for discourse about the dissemination and communication of knowledge and information – both today and in the future. The technologies and platforms used here are groundbreaking in the world of digital publishing and for its related business models. But the school classroom is also on the verge of a revolution, and is being increasingly digitised.
The trade in rights, the procurement of titles for translation, the licensing of works for audio book adaptations and suchlike - these activities make up the core business of the Germany Book Licensing Expo participants. The content business at the Frankfurt Book Fair is focusing increasingly on value addition based on cross medial approaches to content, projects and book characters, as well as the licensing of brands and characters, both into and out of the publishing world.
Indie authors and self-publishing companies are invited for a day-long programme on new developments and opportunities for self-publishers. Self-publishing has grown around the world to become a strong and vibrant community. It has become a tradition over the last three years for international indie authors and self-publishing companies to meet. In 2014, authors from over 30 countries attended.
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