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Serbinis, Iannone and de la Mora in Frankfurt debate
05.10.12 | Benedicte Page
Kobo chief executive Michael Serbinis; Jamie Iannone, president, of Barnes & Noble Digital Products; and Google's Santiago de la Mora are to take part in a panel discussion at the Frankfurt Book Fair, hosted by The Bookseller; French trade weekly Livres Hebdo; German paper buchreport; PublishNews Brazil; and Publishers Weekly.
The chief executives will discuss the transformation of the industry, its future prospects, and how their companies will help shape it. The speakers will be joined by Venkat Valliappan, category head for books at Indiaplaza, and Elodie Perthuisot, director of books, at French retailer Fnac.
The session takes place on Wednesday 10th October, from 14.30 to 16.00, in Hall 4.2, room "Dimension".