The Book Business Buyer's Guide is a technology primer for book publishers: It's not meant to be comprehensive but rather offer a reference on the significant and emerging technology that is paving the way for the future of the book industry. Now in its second year, the Buyer's Guide is broken into four major categories that require publishers' attention: Ebook & App Solutions, Digital Conversion & Workflow Services, Marketing Automation & Email Marketing, and Ecommerce. The buyer's guide will continue to live online and evolve as new publishing and marketing technologies emerge.
As the date of the Book Business Live: Executive Summit on Digital Publishing draws closer, we are excited to confirm an impressive roster of speakers. Executives from Cengage, McGraw-Hill Education, The Perseus Books Group, Rodale Books, and more will join Book Business on March 31st at The Union League in New York City.
Book Business is excited to announce the launch of the daily Book Business Insight newsletter, which will replace Publishing Business Today (PBT). Where PBT covered broad publishing news in the book and magazine segments, Insight will be devoted to delivering information that is highly relevant to book publishers. Click here if you're not already a subscriber.
Next week I will do two things I've never done before: visit London and attend the London Book Fair. I'm very excited about both -- though you probably want to hear my thoughts on books more than pubs (of the liquid variety).
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