Information Sessions Hosting an information session or hiring social is an excellent way to meet and share information about your company with students. Holding the session prior to an on campus interviewing day or just after a career fair are two ways to help maximize attendance at the event. Get Involved in the S. Program is a professional development program designed specifically for Coggin College of Business students.
DBW — taking place on January 16 and 17 at the Hilton New York Hotel — will be the fourth iteration of the event, which aims to explore the commercial challenges facing trade publishing in the digital transition. DBW is not about technology per se; it is about the business problems publishers must cope with in an age of technological change.
Because people really do come from all over the world to attend DBW, we were delighted to agree when they asked us at Publishers Launch Conferences the conference business I own with Michael Cader to add a show on each side of theirs to build out a week of programming.
The team at DBW itself are also putting together some pre-conference workshops that will run on Tuesday. Self-published authors are welcome and will learn a lot, but the program is framed for authors who are working with publishers, not looking for ways to avoid them.
The list of platform aspirants in this space is long and varied: But we know that the digital discovery and purchase routines will be markedly affected by the platforms as they establish themselves. Publishers are faced with an interesting conundrum.
So publishers licensing content to these platforms may be strengthening beasts that will ultimately eat them. I think the roundtable conversation Lorraine and I will lead at the end of the day, which will include publishers Karen Lotz of Candlewick, Barbara Marcus of Random House, and Kate Wilson of Nosy Crow, will have interesting things to say about that paradox.
Smith, Professor of Information Technology and Marketing from Carnegie-Mellon, talking about a study he and his colleagues have done on the real commercial impact of piracy.
Ben Evans had to cancel. His dystopian futurist novel has sold hundreds of thousands of self-published ebook copies and rights all over the world and to Hollywood. We will have several panels addressing the challenges of discovery and discoverability from different angles.
MacInnis, Holliday, and Payton offer services that will help publishers improve the search for their books. Price will talk knowledgeably about how the search engines will react to these stimuli. The future for illustrated books will be discussed by a panel with a big stake in how it goes: Two publishers who have invested in Hollywood — Brendan Dineen of Macmillan and Pete Harris of Penguin — will talk about the synergies between publishing and the movies with consultant Swanna McNair of Creative Conduit.
We will have major US publishers and Ingram talking about exports: That one will start with a presentation by Nathan Maharaj and Ashleigh Gardner of Kobo where they will enumerate all the contractual and procedural reasons why ebooks are just not available for sale in markets they could reach.
And then Kobo will join a panel conversation with Joe Mangan of Perseus and agent Brian Defiore to talk about why those barriers exist and what might be done in the future to remove them. But purely tech is the exception at Digital Book World, not the rule. Authors Launch is what we think is the first all-day marketing seminar aimed squarely at authors with a publisher, not authors trying to work without one.
It is pretty universally taken as a given that authors can do more than they ever have before to promote themselves and their books and that publishers should expect and encourage them to do that.
But, beyond that, there is very little consensus.
What should the publisher do and what should the author do? That question is going to be addressed, in many different ways, throughout the day.
The faculty for Authors Launch includes the most talented marketers and publicists helping authors today: We have assembled a group of publishers and an agent to discuss how an author should select the best places to invest their time from the staggering array of choices. Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, etcetera.
A feature of both our Kids show on Tuesday and the Author show on Friday are opportunities for the audience to interact with the presenters in smaller groups so each person can get his or her own questions answered. We are sure the week of January will prove to be an energizing and stimulating one for all of us living in the book publishing world.Historians of the conflict and participants alike have since critiqued the ways in which civilian policymakers and uniformed leaders applied—some argued misapplied—military power that led to such an undesirable political outcome.
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