Gino Roncaglia is a writer and lecturer on the intersection between technology, education and books. We spoke to him about how learning resources are being digitally transformed.
The IPA is welcoming applications for the role of Secretary General, based at our office in Geneva. Please apply by May 15th.
The 30th International Publishers Congress, which took place from March 24 to 26, brought three hundred delegates from thirty eight countries to Bangkok. Read all about it here.
Smashwords founder Mark Coker explains why the success or failure of subscription services like Amazon's Kindle Unlimited, Scribd and Oyster will have considerable implications for the future of publishing.
The European Court of Justice ruling that e-books don't qualify for lower rates of value-added tax (VAT) will have severe consequences for the book trade. We spoke to Vincent Montagne, President of Syndicat national de l'édition (the French publishers association) about the issue.
Award-winning author Ayu Utami tells us why publishing firms must evolve to remain relevant in the "industry of ideas".
The International Publishers Association, the Publishers Association (UK) and London Book Fair are proud to announce that the 31st International Publishers Congre