Tagged: BookTech

BookTech Company of the Year 2017: Introducing the final 6

There’s one word that links all the BookTech Company of the Year 2017 finalists, and it’s not technology. It’s reading. Read more

Beyond digital – enter the FutureBook awards 2017

It’s time to change the conversation about digital publishing. Digital is not dead – it’s come of age. And that liberates us to think about... Read more

Has Mrs Wordsmith created 'the world's most intuitive dictionary'?

This edtech startup combines machine learning with Hollywood visuals in an attempt to boost children's vocabulary. Read more

Help us find innovation in publishing

Launching the FutureBook Awards, Bec Evans sends out a call for the most innovative publishing people and projects you've seen in the past 12 months. Read more

Publishizer calls on publishers to create startup accelerators

The startup journey is a constant rollercoaster, says Guy Vincent from Publishizer - and big houses should do more to support those on the ride. Read more

Don't delegate the future: introducing #FutureBook17

I recently gave a talk on publishing trends to a room full of book people from some of our best-known presses and imprints. As an... Read more

How BookTech winner Kadaxis is bringing better data to books

Chris Sim from Kadaxis, which won our BookTech Award last year, shares the challenges his team face and lessons they learn as their big data... Read more

What Novel Effect did next, from Hachette to SXSW

Novel Effect, one of the five finalists in our 2016 BookTech Awards, share their journey from raw publishing startup to sustainable business. Read more

Renew the Book prepares to accelerate four promising publishing startups

The Dutch publishing industry is one of the most conservative in the world. The Fixed Book Price law, which maintains a collective resale price, has... Read more

How big data won BookTech

"What they do may not be the most glamorous digital service, but it is one that is much needed." Meet Kadaxis, winner of the 2016... Read more

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