Faber and Wonderbly have joined forces to create a new digital platform offering readers personalised poetry collections which are printed and delivered to customers.... Read more
Personalised children’s book publisher Wonderbly has been acquired by private equity specialist Graphite Capital for an undisclosed amount.
As schools reopen, bookshops wait for a potential second wave of infections, and publishers look to get staff back to the office, The Bookseller asked... Read more
HarperCollins executive publisher Kate Elton, Wonderbly founder Asi Sharabi, Lonely Planet editorial director Tom Hall, and Amanda Ridout, founder of Boldwood, will discuss the global... Read more
The breakout publishing start-up Wonderbly has rebranded after five years - but its ethos remains. Philip Jones talks to one of its founders, Asi Sharabi.... Read more
Personalised children’s book start-up Wonderbly has scooped $8.5m (£6m) in funding from European publisher Ravensburger days after changing its name.
Publishing startup Lost My Name has laid off nine members of staff.
Children’s book start-up Lost My Name has raised an additional €4m (£3.2m) in funding from Berlin-based investor Project A Ventures.
British children’s book start-up Lost My Name is planning to expand into several new territories in 2015 after claiming it outsold Julia Donaldson’s Superworm in... Read more