The Indian contingent comprises of about 60 exhibitors includes many companies like Delhi Press, Gopsons Papers, International Print O Pac, Jayant Printeries, Manipal Technologies, Multivista, Navneet Publications, Nutech Print Services, Parksons Graphics, Replika Press, Repro India, Srinivas Fine Arts, and plus trade associations like CAPEXIL.
The National Book Printer’s Conference (NBPC) will spear-head India’s bid to book India's book exports with a collective stand at the premier book event of the world. P Sajith of Welbound Worldwide, one of the founders of the NBPC said: "Expansion of the exports in book manufacturing market will be the primary objective of most of the Indian exhibitors."
The Frankfurt Book Fair is a critical marketing event for the launching of books, but it is also an important event to facilitate the negotiation of the international sale of rights and licenses. Publishers, agents, booksellers, academics, illustrators, service providers, film producers, translators, printers, professionals and trade associations, institutions, artists, authors, software and multimedia suppliers all take part in the events.
Based on the number of publishing companies represented, as well as the number of visitors Frankfurt Book Fair has no equals. And over the five days more than 7,000 exhibitors from over 100 countries and more than 286,000 visitors are expected to visit the fair.
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