Tagged: Startups

Audio escapes the studio with Almost Tangible's 'cinema for the ears'

This new London-based production company aims to "free audio from the studio" using immersive technology and on-location recording. Read more

Publica wants to free publishers and authors from Amazon using the blockchain

BookTech 2018 finalist Publica wants authors and publishers to design their own storefronts and business models - powered and protected by the blockchain. Read more

Meet the 6 EdTech start-ups showcasing their ideas at FutureBook Live 2018

Six EdTech start-ups, part of the EDUCATE programme, are to exhibit at FutureBook Live, offering delegates a unique opportunity to meet some of the country's... Read more

Bookful gathers global AR veterans in an attempt to reinvigorate kids' books

This year's FutureBook Live conference will see five exciting book-related startups slug it out in a live pitch-off for the BookTech Startup of the Year... Read more

Commaful aims to 'get fiction everywhere' with Instagram-style stories

BookTech 2018 finalist Commaful is an online platform "where the Instagram generation goes to share and discover stories". Read more

Books are on the menu at The Literary Hour's immersive supper clubs

From Roald Dahl to Robert Louis Stevenson, these London-based literary dinners are growing fast. Read more

'Readers don’t really want to have the book reinvented': how Ampersand is reinvigorating print

Last December, Reading in Heels - a female-focused book and lifestyle subscription box - made it through to the final BookTech pitch-off at the FutureBook... Read more

Serial Box reinvents Exquisite Corpse as a one-day live book serial

Regular FutureBook readers will know that one of our pet topics is the need for book-related events to evolve . So we were pleased when... Read more

The Pound Project wants to make crowdfunding books accessible to all

This Birmingham-based independent publisher aims to take the fear out of book-based crowdfunding - and give authors a sustainable slice of the pie. Read more

"The B2C model was flawed": what Recipe Guru learnt about subscription publishing

Last month we published a profile of ckbk , a new startup dubbed "the Spotify of cookbooks". Then the founders of Recipe Guru got in... Read more

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