Content Beyond Print

Content Beyond Print

13 Mar 2019, 15:00 - 16:00

The Buzz Theatre
Language:
English

The Publishing industry has gone beyond the current print or digital mindset and has explored ways for one to complement the other. Both the digital and printed books are capturing the market globally. 

New technologies have entered the market with better, faster networks and new devices such as e-readers, smart phones and tablets. Modern day publishers are developing content for these devices and are exploring how to communicate with customers. The emergence of audiobooks is also an upcoming phenomenon. 

Publishers have begun to realize that ‘traditional’ digital content monetization approaches are under pressure due to various economic, social and technological factors within and outside the publishing industry. Therefore, the key to successfully monetize their content is to experiment with different models and constantly evolve.  

The session will discuss emerging trends in publishing and how such trends can create business opportunities for the stakeholders. 

 

 

Contributors

  • Sumeet Gupta

    Speaker

    Senior Director

    FICCI

    Sumeet Gupta is Senior Director with FICCI and is currently heading Publishing, Homeland Security, Private Security,  Geospatial Technologies and...

  • Mudit Mohini

    Speaker

    Director

    Vishv Books

    Mudit Mohini is the Publisher, Managing Editor of Vishv Books. Vishv Books has more than 2000 active titles and specializein publishing children's...

  • Kailash Balani

    Speaker

    Chairman and Managing Director

    Balani Group

    Kailash Balani, is the Chairman and Managing Director of Balani Group of Companies comprising of Aditya Books, Balani Infotech, iGroup Infotech,...

  • Stefanie Lamprinidi

    Speaker

    Global Content Acquisition Manager

    Storytel Sweden AB

    Stefanie has more than eight years’ experience in the publishing industry, working across major UK publishers, most recently Penguin Random House....

  • Carles Farre

    Speaker

    Director – Commercial PageWide Industrial Web Press Division

    HP Inc.

    As HP PageWide Industrial's WW Director of Commercial Business Development, Carles Farre is responsible for partnering with customers and sales...

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