Jolabokaflod CIC - 2018 Exhibitor Directory - The London Book Fair

Jolabokaflod CIC

Jolabokaflod CIC

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Jolabokaflod CIC promotes the Icelandic 'Christmas Book Flood' literary tradition worldwide (using crowdfunding, #BookBulletin online recommendation catalogues & events), backed by the Icelandic book trade. Compelling opportunities for publishers, booksellers, authors & agents to sell more books. We encourage people to buy books to give to loved ones at Christmas (& other occasions like summer holidays) for them to read straightaway. We promote books you love, your projects & you in the #BookBulletin, online & via blogs, email & social media: #BuyGiveBorrowRead; #RecommendingReading. (We cover ALL content categories & locations.)

New Titles

  • Book Bulletin: Sumarbokaflod Book...

    An online catalogue of book recommendations - made between by the book trade, authors and general readers via a crowdfunding project - to encourage pe...

  • Book Bulletin: Jolabokaflod Book...

    An online catalogue of book recommendations - made by the book trade, authors and general readers via a crowdfunding project - to encourage people to ...

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Address

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    Jolabokaflod CIC

    jolabokaflod.org
    22C Belfort Road London SE15 2JD United Kingdom
    (Tel)  447976256013

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  2. Geographical Regions
    Europe
    • UK - England

Company Case Studies

  • Jolabokaflod CIC: partnership with SMRT...

    Jolabokaflod CIC is the publishing and media partner and conduit for arts, media and entertainment smart contracts on the SMRT blockchain platform tha...

Company White Papers

  • SMRT Startup Token (pre-ICO White Paper)

    New technologies and decentralised systems are disrupting trade's systems of trust and ways to transfer value. Legal systems, agreements, contracts an...

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