Free Webinar: Exporting to Spain

Plaza Mayor in Madrid city, Spain

Guest of Honour at the 2022 Frankfurt Book Fair

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The Spanish book industry is one of the country’s largest cultural sectors and home to a group of large, internationally well-known and respected publishing houses and literary agencies, as well as an abundance of small presses and newly established publishers. A powerful exporter of books, Spain is a market that should not be overlooked.

Take this opportunity to hear what Spain has to offer as a potential export market for your titles.

Topics include:

  • the state of publishing, distribution, and retail
  • licensing, translation, and audio rights
  • co-editions
  • reading and book buying habits
  • market trends and key players
  • the ebook and audiobook markets
  • and much more!

This live webinar will be followed by an interactive Q&A period with the host.

Thursday, September 8 at 1 pm EDT

Cost is Free!  Register today!

Presentation in English with simultaneous French interpretation. The presentation will also be available before the webinar.



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Since 1997, José Manuel Anta has been the Director of the Federation of National Associations of Book Distributors (FANDE), an organization that includes over 180 companies that distribute books, magazines, newspapers, and digital content. Since 2015, he has also been the Director of the International Publishing Distribution Association (IPDA), based in Madrid. He has spoken at numerous conferences about the book industry, publishing, and digital content, including the Inter-American Publishers’ Conference, the Ibero-American Booksellers’ Congress, the Guadalajara Book Fair’s International Publishing Forum, the International Publishing Distribution Forum (Frankfurt), the Association of University PressesForum, and others. He is also the Coordinator of the International Event for Innovation in Books and Reading, Readmagine, held each year in Madrid. He has published articles and interviews in Spanish and overseas publications about the distribution of cultural and leisure products, including in El País, Delibros, Distripress Gazette, and Futurebook.