The Antwerp Book Fair is a business to consumer fairorganized by the Flemish trade sector organization: the non-profit association ‘Boek.be’. This association embodies the landscape of the book sector in..
With over 50 years of experience, the Bologna Children’s Book Fair has succeeded in bringing together a unique and diverse global audience: the result is the world’s premium copyright business..
Book World Prague is an international book fair and literary festival, which features a colorful program for visitors and exhibitors. It is filled with professional seminars, author readings, presentations by..
Bookfest is the most important book fair in Romania and the only event of the Romanian publishing industry that managed to achieve a prominent international dimension: 2017 marks the 12th..
The “Festival della Lettura e dell’Ascolto – Campania Libri” is a new book fair that will be launched in 2022 from the 29th of September to the 2nd of October in the..
Every year, Frankfurter Buchmesse brings innovative technologies and world literature to the city of Frankfurt, transforming it into a global hub of the media and publishing industries. Frankfurter Buchmesse is..
Göteborg Book Fair is the most important event in Scandinavia for people in the book business. The Fair is where new books are presented at stages and exhibitors’ stands and..
The International Istanbul Book Fair (IIBF) started 38 years ago and became the largest event in the national book industry. With more than a half million visitors, it is one..
Promoted by the FGEE, Federation of Publishers’ Guilds of Spain, and organised one year in Madrid – by IFEMA – and one year in Barcellona – by Fira de Barcellona..
Limassol Book Fair is a leading cultural initiative focusing on the Book Industry and Letters. It is a private, grassroots, non-profit organization born from industry professionals. It aspires to become..
From the 1st to 18th of June 2017, APEL will organize the 87th edition of Lisbon Book Fair, which will take place in Parque Eduardo VII, one of the most..
The first Book Fair of Madrid was organized in April of 1933 as part of the Cervantine Week events. Since 1967 the Fair enjoys its current location, the Park of..
Riga Book Fair is one of the major events in Latvian book market. It is the annual event that runs simultaneously with the exhibition “School and Education” on the fairgrounds..
The first fair dedicated to small and medium publishers, Più Libri Più Liberi (also known as Rome Book Fair) conveys its message directly through its name: more books for more..
Salone Internazionale del Libro di Torino is the first and largest fair of Italian publishing. Every year, in May, the whole publishing world, from the largest publishing groups to the independent ones, takes..
Extending across an area of 1200 mq, featuring over 100 exhibitors and attracting more than 30,000 visitors, of which 7000 are young book lovers, the Slovenian Book Fair is the..
Sofia hosts a book forum at international level since 1968, and in 2017 the forum will celebrate its 45th anniversary. The book fair represents a major asset in the panel..
From very modest beginnings in the Berners Hotel near Oxford Street in 1971 as the Specialist Publishers’ Exhibition for Librarians, The London Book Fair – it took the name in..
Thessaloniki Book Fair, as a dynamic venue in the heart of Mediterranean, gathers every year hundreds of publishers, writers, translators, literary agents, journalists, booksellers, librarians, academics, institutions, bodies and organizations..
The Vienna Book Fair is the most important event in the Austrian book industry and, with many hundreds of exhibiting publishing companies, a place of inspiration and exchange. In addition..
The Second Christmas – this is how Lithuanian publishers call Vilnius Book Fair, which awaits its fans every February. Publishers around the globe rush to publish the most interesting and..