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Taipei International Book Exhibition (TIBE) 5 Feb – 10 Feb 2014

The Taipei International Book Exhibition is the most effective marketplace for rights trading, and sales and distribution of all content across print, TV, film and digital media in Chinese-language publishing.

Taiwan has a book-loving population of 23 million people that can support more than 40,000 new titles every year. It is a mature market that endorses all genres, due to a long history of conscientious and discerning publishers. TIBE 2012 saw 800 events for visitors and publishing professionals with more than 608,000 visitors in attendance over the 6 days of the fair, plus more than 500 local and international reporters and 420 international publishing houses from 60 countries.

PANZ first attended TIBE in 2011 and is managing a collective New Zealand publisher stand at TIBE 2014 with a greatly enhanced NZ publisher representation and in 2015 New Zealand will be the Guest of Honour Country at TIBE.

For more info please contact:

Association Director Anne de Lautour

anne@publishers.org.nz

www.tibe.org.tw

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29 January 2013: Publishers on the New Zealand in setup mode, the day before the fair begins. From Left: Kathy Ferrier (Lanky Hippo Publishing), David Ling (David Ling Publishing), Julia Marshall (Gecko Press) and PANZ President Kevin Chapman (Hachette NZ).

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Sarah Rennie, Gecko Press

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Name: Sarah Rennie Role: Marketing Manager Company: Gecko Press My first job in publishing was: Almost 20 years ago and an eclectic mix of sales, rights and editorial roles. Including trekking across…

Chavon Bringans, Upstart Press

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Name: Chavon Bringans Role: Publishing and Sales Assistant Company: Upstart Press My first job in publishing was: This one! Being the publishing and sales assistant for Upstart Press means that…

Hope Lenzen, Bateman Books

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Name: Hope Lenzen Role: Publishing Assistant Company: Bateman Books My first job in publishing was: This one! I am the Publishing Assistant for Bateman Books and I do almost everything…

Ella Fischer, Auckland Council Libraries

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Name:Ella Fischer Role: Publishing Partnerships Specialist Company:Auckland Council Libraries / Ngā Pātaka Kōrero o Tāmaki Makaurau My first job in publishing was: Actually, it’s this one! My background is in…
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Faith Wilson, Saufo`i Press / Penguin Random House New Zealand

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Name: Faith Wilson Role: Founder / Pacific Arts Legacy Intern Company: Saufo`i Press / Penguin Random House New Zealand My first job in publishing was: One I created! I started…

Lesley Stead, Stead & Daughters

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Name: Lesley Stead Role:  Company Director of Stead & Daughters Ltd My first job in publishing: A number of years ago we tried our hand at publishing. My job at that…

Kate Stephenson, Hachette Aotearoa New Zealand

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Name: Kate Stephenson     Role: Senior Publisher Company: Hachette Aotearoa New Zealand My first job in publishing was: Assistant to the Publisher & Associate Publisher at HarperFiction, HarperCollins UK…

Sue Wootton, Otago University Press

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Name: Sue Wootton Role:Publisher Company: Otago University Press My first job in publishing was: This job! Although I have been involved as a freelancer and a writer for many years.…

Tony Murdoch, Cadsonbury Publications

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Name: Tony Murdoch from Cadsonbury Publications (a wholly owned subsidiary of Smith's Bookshop) Publications: Cadsonbury is a minor player in the publishing world. It specialises in publishing out-of-print NZ books and…

Graeme Cosslett, PANZ President & New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER)

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Name: Graeme Cosslett Role: Tumuaki - Director | Chief Executive Company: New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER) Position on PANZ Council: President My first job in publishing was:  This is a tricky question…

Michael Upchurch, Te Papa Press

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Name: Michael Upchurch Role: Associate Publisher Company: Te Papa Press My first job in publishing was: Contracts assistant at Egmont Children’s Books in London, unless you count working at Blackwell’s bookshop on the university…

Suzy Maddox, Hachette Aotearoa NZ

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Name: Suzy Maddox Role: National Sales Manager Company: Hachette Aotearoa NZ My first job in publishing was: I first started in the book industry, in between high school and university, as a book…

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The International Publishers Association (IPA) is an international industry federation representing all aspects of book and journal publishing. Its mission is to promote and protect publishing and to raise awareness for publishing as a force for economic, cultural and political development. Around the world IPA actively fights against censorship and promotes copyright, literacy and freedom to publish.

 

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CLNZ is the organisation that licences educational institutions and other organisations the right to photocopy parts of books for their use or the use of their students in return for a fee. CLNZ was set up in 1988 and has been instrumental in protecting authors and publishers rights and ensuring they are fairly compensated for the use of their works since and continues to be jointly owned by PANZ and NZSA.

 

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We work closely with Creative New Zealand teams both local and the international team to raise the issues that affect our industry and help our members receive the assistance they require to help their business grow. Creative NZ are strong supporters of the association.

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NZTE support our digital initiatives and specifically our educational publishing members. We work with NZTE for training programmes and export as well.

 

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The Diploma in Publishing is a well recognised qualification for our industry and we work closely with the students each year on various projects such as the PANZ Book Design Awards, member’s directory, Introduction to Publishing. We also place three graduates each year into PANZ member companies through a six month intern programme funded by Creative NZ.

 

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