Brazilian Publishers – an industry project fostering the exports of Brazilian editorial content by means of a partnership between the Brazilian Book Chamber (CBL) and the Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brasil) – will participate in the online edition of the London Book Fair happening from June 21st to July 1st. The event is deemed as one of the main hubs in the publishing market for the negotiation of rights, sales and distribution of contents.
Based on the good results from the past few years, the program will have a virtual stand where works from all its associates will be exhibited. In such area Brazilian Publishers will facilitate the contact between international buyers and Brazilian publishing houses and promote online matchmaking sessions. The stand can be found here during the entire fair.
Brazilian Publishers will also organize a seminar about accessible books in Brazil. The online event is scheduled for June 22nd at 16h40 (London time) / 12h40 (Brasília time), and it will be made available to all people participating in the fair. Karine Pansa (Girassol Brasil) will be the mediator, and Isabel Coelho (FTD Educação) and Alexandre Munck (Fundação Dorina Nowill) will be the panelists. Click here to save the date.
“The London Book Fair is widely known for being a trendsetter. The participation of Brazil via online stand, seminars and matchmaking sessions is highly valuable to Brazilian Publishers and to its members. Events like this not only give visibility to our market but also establish us as high-quality content providers”, states Fernanda Dantas, International Affairs Manager of CBL and Manager of Brazilian Publishers.
About Brazilian Publishers
Created in 2008, Brazilian Publishers is a sector project that encourages the export of content produced by Brazilian publishing houses. It is a result of a partnership between the Brazilian Book Chamber – CBL and Apex-Brasil (Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency). This initiative aims to promote the Brazilian publishing industry in the global market, contributing to the professionalization of the nation’s publishing houses.