The Week In Review

Here’s a summary of TNPS posts from the past seven days. Big Bad Wolf shows the world’s demand for English-language titles, taking 2 million books to Taiwan this week Brazil’s São Paulo Biennial disappointed with fewer visitors (“only” 663,000) but they spent 33% more Amazon to open a Customer Service Centre in Colombia in October, Read More …

Germany’s ebook market valued at 100 million euros ($114 million) in first half 2018

Revenues up 11.3%, sales up 16.4% and buyers increased by 6.1%, according to the latest survey report from Börsenverein. The survey, which excludes textbooks and specialist books, suggests an extra 2.7 million people bought ebooks in the first six months of 2018 compared to the same period last year. On average German readers are now Read More …

Fewer German readers buy ebooks in Germany. Unit sales rise, revenue falls for second year running. Or so a survey says.

The latest report from the Börsenverein des Deutschen Buchhandels, which publishes quarterly reports in cooperation with GfK Entertainment, sends out mixed messages about the state of the German ebook market. On the one hand, unit sales were up one million to 29.1 million, and purchase intensity (how many ebooks were bought per active consumer) was Read More …