A crucial part of IPA's mission is to inform member associations and the wider global publishing community about breaking developments which will impact publishers. We do this through a number of channels. the IPA website, our monthly e-newsletter, press releases and the IPA's dedicated social media feeds.

Nielsen Book has been commissioned to undertake an industry-wide survey to investigate the international landscape and perception of book prizes across publishing, bookselling, writing, media and academic sectors in various countries. The research is being supported by the International Publishers Association, Frankfurt Book Fair, Publishing Perspectives and Agile Ideas.

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With COVID-19 having a significant impact on the global book industry, this survey seeks to help the industry understand which literary prizes make an impact internationally, how they influence decision-making in the industry, and whether that has changed due to the pandemic.

Please do take part in this survey by clicking the link below, which should take less than 10 minutes to complete. Feedback from publishers is central to the research goals, and everyone taking part before the deadline of Monday 20th July 2020 will receive a summary of the research findings later this year. 

To take part, please click on the link below:

Complete the Survey

We are keen to reach as many as possible from across the international publishing community, so please share the link with others in your organisation, or within your network of contacts, if you think they may benefit from taking part.

Thank you for your support with this fascinating piece of research, we look forward to seeing the findings from Nielsen later in the year.

 

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