At the Publishers' Forum 2015 in Berlin, Bonnier Books CEO Jacob Dalborg held the opening keynote address, discussing the Swedish publishers' expanding international and digital ambitions. At the Frankfurt Book Fair on October 19,2016, Dalborg will be the guest for the CEO Talk, to be interviewed by the editor's of leading publishing trade magazines in the context of the Global Ranking of the Publishing Industry 2016.


Keynote: Vision vs. Pragmatism. Strategies across Markets and Media of a Leading European Publishing Group from Publishers' Forum on Vimeo.

CEO Talk Arnaud Nourry, Hachette (2015)
2016-07-19 20:43:02 by rw

A debate on strategic developments in publishing – including notably consolidation, digital integration, and globalization -, presented by Livres Hebdo (France), with Bookdao (China), The Bookseller (United Kingdom), buchreport (Germany), PublishNews Brazil (Brazil), Publishers Weekly (USA), and the Frankfurt Book Fair Business Club, featuring the Global Ranking of the Publishing Industry 2015.



Frankfurt Book Fair 2015.
Moderator: Rüdiger Wischenbart
HarperCollins has a long standing tradition as a leading English language publisher of consumer (or trade) books. But meeting the challenges of a global book business required an altogether different international experience. The New York based company opted to acquire Canadian publisher Harlequin, a specialist in romance books, to become a global brand. How so? At the Frankfurt Book Fair in 2013, we asked Brian Murray, the executive behind the deal.



Frankfurt Book Fair 2014.
Moderator: Rüdiger Wischenbart
By merging two leading brands of the book business, Random House with Penguin, Markus Dohle has been instrumental in forming the world's largest publishing house for fiction, nonfiction, children's books. But, we wanted to know in this conversation, how is it viable, to balance the requirements of a global corporation with paying all the necessary attention to individual authors and their work!



Frankfurt Book Fair 2013.
Moderator: Rüdiger Wischenbart