Exporting to Poland
Market Focus at the London Book Fair
As a country with 38 million people, accounting for 7.5% of the total population of the European Union, Poland is becoming an entry point into Eastern Europe for international companies. It is a significant rights market where translated titles make up 20% of all books published, with English being the leading original language, followed by French and German in 2015.
Take this opportunity to hear what Poland has to offer as a potential export market for your books.
- Licensing English-language, translation and audio rights
- Selling French-language titles into Poland
- Reading and book buying habits
- Market trends
- Ebook/audiobook market
Filip Wojciechowski is a senior agent at Graal Literary Agency, the largest Polish literary agency/sub agency. He worked for a publishing house prior to joining Graal and as such has experience with both buying and selling translation rights in Poland. He has a BA from Harvard College and an MA from Johns Hopkins University. A voracious reader, in his spare time he likes to run, play guitar and code.