Global Ebook Markets and Pricing
Join us for a webinar offering key insights into global ebook markets and pricing, hosted by publishing expert, Brian O’Leary.
Ebooks are an essential component of a modern international publishing program. Discover the opportunities and challenges the global ebook market presents for exporting Canadian publishers of all sizes and across both languages.
Designed to provide concrete information for Canadian publishers who seek to better understand international ebook markets and guidance in the grey area of book pricing, this webinar includes:
- Profiles of significant ebook markets such as the US, France, and Germany
- Profiles of emerging ebook markets such as China, India, and Spain
- Up-to-the-minute information on pricing in France, the US, Western Europe, and the UK
- And much more!
This practical, hands-on webinar will provide publishers with knowledge on important and emerging ebook markets around the world, information on ebook pricing across various markets, as well as the tools they require to navigate the challenges of contemporary ebook practices.
This live webinar is followed by an interactive Q&A period with the host.
Register now for this timely webinar and benefit from this chance to learn the best tips of the trade.
Date and time: December 12, 2018 at 11 am EST.
A bilingual report on the same topic will be published in 2019.
Brian O’Leary has been the Executive Director of the Book Industry Study Group (BISG) since 2016 and is the founder and principal of Magellan Media Consulting, which works with magazine, book, and association publishers to improve how they create, manage, and distribute content. O’Leary researches and writes extensively about issues affecting the publishing industry, including research reports on the use of metadata in the book industry supply chain, territorial rights in the digital age, and best practices in digital exports. He has written several reports on digital publishing for Livres Canada Books, including Exporting Digital Books: A Guide to Best Practices for Canadian Publishers (2011), Territorial Rights in the Digital Age (2012), Global E-book Markets (2013), and, most recently, Digital Exports Revisited (2017).