Why Print Your Books in the Baltic Countries?

Why Print Your Books in the Baltic Countries?

12 Apr 2018, 13:00 - 14:15

The Buzz Theatre

As average print runs of books continue their steady decline, the number of titles keeps growing, and the publishing business is attracting an increasing number of small publishers. Printing industry representatives from all three Baltic countries discuss recent developments in the sector and the mechanisms of coping under new circumstances and new pressures. What measures have been taken to reach and maintain high standards? What have been the greatest challenges faced by the industry, and what are the advantages presented by new technologies? To what extent can printing houses offer flexibility to their customers? We’ll answer these questions and discuss why printing in the Baltics offers distinct advantages – affordability, proximity, expertise – and why you should consider it as an option for your future print needs.


  • Margus Liivamägi


    Development and Sales Director

    Tallinna Raamatutrükikoda

    Margus Liivamägi, Business MBA, is an experienced sales and marketing manager, management consultant and mentor, passionate long-term visionary and...

  • Ed Nawotka



    Ed Nawotka has been covering the global book publishing markets as a journalist for nearly two decades. Prior to joining Publishers Weekly, he was...

  • Ģirts Karlsons


    Head of the Sales

    Jelgavas Tipografija

    Ģirts Karlsons, MBA in Business Administration, and BA in Law, is Head of the Sales Department at the Latvian printing house Jelgavas tipografija,...

  • Artūras Karosas



    BALTO Group

    Artūras Karosas is the chairman of the board of the Association of Lithuanian Printing Industries (LISPA), CEO and the owner of BALTO group.  ...

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