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15. May 2018 By Stefan Kaufer|Comments Off on Please save the date for the 2019 event

Please save the date for the 2019 event

The Forum organizers would like to thank all of our sponsors, speakers & participants for engaging in discussion – please save the date for next year: 9-10 May 2019.

8. May 2018 By Stefan Kaufer|Comments Off on “Four ‘New Models’ at Publishers’ Forum in Berlin: ‘Going Full Circle’” – article in Publishing Perspectives

“Four ‘New Models’ at Publishers’ Forum in Berlin: ‘Going Full Circle’” – article in Publishing Perspectives

“From subscription, crowdfunding, narrative development, and audio-first production, a quartet of speakers at Klopotek’s annual Publishers’ Forum talk about the possibilities, and some realities.”

Read the article written by Porter Anderson, Editor-in-Chief, Publishing Perspectives

 

2. May 2018 By Stefan Kaufer|Comments Off on “Smartphones fressen Buch-Lesezeit” – Artikel auf www.buchreport.de

“Smartphones fressen Buch-Lesezeit” – Artikel auf www.buchreport.de

“Auf dem Publishers’ Forum in Berlin hat Felim McGrath vom internationalen Marktforschungsinstitut GlobalWebIndex (London) die Rahmenbedingungen der Buchbranche referiert: „How mobile, social, an online media are eating reading time“. Eine große Herausforderung. Dabei ist das Lesezeit-Fressen in Deutschland und Kontinentaleuropa im globalen Vergleich noch gar nicht so ausgeprägt.”

Link zu dem Artikel […]

2. May 2018 By Stefan Kaufer|Comments Off on “Die Digitalisierung hat erst begonnen” – Artikel auf boersenblatt.net

“Die Digitalisierung hat erst begonnen” – Artikel auf boersenblatt.net

“Strategien für einen Buchhandel, der immer weniger Käufer hat: Das war neben der Diskussion um die fortschreitende Digitalisierung in der Branche das Top-Thema des Publishers’ Forum in Berlin.”

Lesen Sie den Artikel auf www.boersenblatt.net

27. April 2018 By Stefan Kaufer|Comments Off on „Breaking the wave“ – yes, but how? (Closing Panel)

„Breaking the wave“ – yes, but how? (Closing Panel)

What can publishers do to reverse shrinking markets? How do we kickstart growth?

These questions were asked by David Worlock, Member of the Forum‘s Editorial Board, in the closing panel. His questions are all linked, as he explained, to the „networked society“ and the „networked economy“.

Fionnuala Duggan, Member of the Editorial Board of the Forum, and […]

27. April 2018 By Stefan Kaufer|Comments Off on „Digitale Transformation“ — was sind die Hindernisse?

„Digitale Transformation“ — was sind die Hindernisse?

Warum profitieren Bücher bzw der Verlagsmarkt nicht von der Digitalisierung? Ralf Biesemeier von readbox meint, dass das daran liegt, dass wir Digitalisierung falsch verstehen. Es gehe nicht um das Produkt, das digital ist oder nicht, sondern um den Weg zum Kunden.

“Der Kunde ist nicht der Handel. Und die Online-Spielregeln sind andere.“ Gut positioniert im Regal […]

27. April 2018 By Stefan Kaufer|Comments Off on EdTech — panel on new concepts for learning

EdTech — panel on new concepts for learning

A panel discussion illustrated new opportunities for learning. A key aspect of this is being able to learn anytime, from anywhere – using a smartphone and being connected to the internet.

Mike Feerick, CEO of Alison, believes in „informal learning“ – free courses and certificates, but also free publishing of learning material. „The power of the […]

27. April 2018 By Stefan Kaufer|Comments Off on „How social media is eating reading time“ — Felim McGrath, GlobalWebIndex

„How social media is eating reading time“ — Felim McGrath, GlobalWebIndex

Comparing traditional readers (4 hrs) with millenial book lovers (6 hrs), Felim explained that the time spent online in both groups is increasing every year.

Traditional readers own 3.86 devices. Smartphone ownership soars, especially in this group of older consumers (40+). Millenial book lovers say that their smartphone is their most important device.  Computers & laptops […]

27. April 2018 By Stefan Kaufer|Comments Off on „Where is publishing going?“ — keynote from Michiel Kolman, President of IPA

„Where is publishing going?“ — keynote from Michiel Kolman, President of IPA

Michiel Kolman spoke about the decline of readers in Germany, from 49 to 42% (of ppl who read in a book at least once a week).

He quoted the Economist, „the world‘s most valuable resource is no longer oil, but data“. In Michiel‘s opinion, Google‘s goal is to undermine copyright and offer conent for free, so […]

26. April 2018 By Stefan Kaufer|Comments Off on „Every thing we touch“

„Every thing we touch“

Quote from talk with author Paula Zuccotti:

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