Tagged: Stephen Page

Bookshops – the reader's most reliable curator

For Independent Booksellers' Week Faber c.e.o. Stephen Page on how "bookselling in its oldness is part of the new". Read more

Cat's cradle

Content industries are defined by the formats they use, confined by the speed at which they operate, and refined by the way their audience behaves.... Read more

A terrifying liberation

It bothers me that “consumer publishing” is often understood as marketing to the mass market. All book publishers today need to be consumer publishers, whether... Read more

The odd uncouple

Can trade publishers develop consumer brands, and effectively market and sell their content direct? More importantly, can they do this without undermining what is for... Read more

Pictures of the week

This week's pictures round-up features the IPG's annual spring conference, the launch of a YouTuber's LGBTQ+ lifeguide and the first ever children's book sent into space.... Read more

Page calls on publishers to 'have courage' in face of Brexit

Brexit will have far-ranging effects on society as well as business, so it is up to publishers to continue with the “political act” of facilitating... Read more

The Bookseller's c.e.o. predictions for 2019

Following on from The Bookseller's 'alternative' predictions for 2019, senior figures share their hopes and expectations for the year ahead. Read more

Independent Alliance unveils mentoring scheme

The Independent Alliance has launched an inter-company mentoring scheme. Read more

Faber enjoys further 'stellar' year

Faber saw "another stellar year" for the financial year ending March 2018, although with turnover and profit narrowly down on the previous year’s results due... Read more

Faber to celebrate 90 years with special publishing

Faber is launching a special publishing programme to mark its 90th anniversary in 2019 as a "publisher of distinctive literature", featuring short stories, poetry and... Read more

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