IDPF Digital Book 2012

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Monday-Tuesday, June 4-5, 2012
Jacob K. Javits Center, New York City

At IDPF Digital Book 2012 you'll hear about the latest business and technical developments in the rapidly evolving digital publishing industry.

This two-day conference will feature insightful keynote sessions and three parallel tracks of targeted in-depth content designed to be directly applicable to addressing the current challenges faced by technologists, marketers, and publishing executives, both in the U.S and internationally. eBooks, tablet apps, multimedia, social integration, content clouds… what's next on the horizon and how do we get there? What are the new global market opportunities and pitfalls? What are the technological challenges and solutions? What's currently under development and will it help or hinder? You will be armed with the tools you need to inspire and lead change in your organization as we analyze these questions and highlight practical, actionable solutions.

Who Should Attend
IDPF Digital Book 2012 is a multi-faceted conference geared towards leaders and professionals across the industry from publishers and editors to the production team, distributors, programmers and developers, marketers, and executives. This year's expanded conference will feature three content tracks targeting business & marketing, technology & production (EPUB and beyond), and education & STMS publishing.

How to Register
Register through BEA to add on an IDPF Digital Book 2012 pass or save money with the All-New Super Saver Digital Combo Pass—includes BEA All Access, IDPF Digital Book, and Publishers Launch Conference. Register Today!

IDPF Members $279
Non-Profit $339
Non-IDPF Members $399

Platinum Sponsors

Baker & Taylor Ingram
OverDrive SPI Global

Gold Sponsors

Apex Aptara Copia
Evident PointLive Ink

Silver Sponsors

Attributor Bluefire BookBaby
FinitivGutenberg Technology Yudu Media

In Association With

Book Business Magazine Book Industry Study Group Publishers Weekly

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