Webcast: Investing Wisely in Rights Management Systems to Grow Bottom-Line Revenue

Join us Thursday, December 19 at 2:00 PM ET / 11:00 AM PT / 7:00 PM GMT for a webcast where you will learn about rights management systems best practices to grow bottom line revenue.

The number of opportunities to monetize book rights is rising rapidly in the digital and global age that we live in, yet the average revenue from each deal is falling – so efficiency is key.

How do you efficiently and effectively monetize all your rights?

Ashley Mabbitt, assistant director, international rights at John Wiley and Sons will present and answer questions about new rights opportunities arising in the digital age. Mabbitt will discuss strategies to invest in rights data management and related systems, so that rights managers and author representatives can go after all the new licensing deals that are possible nowadays. Better systems will support bigger and more high-profile rights deals.

Join Digital Book World and Mabbitt to learn better systems for more revenue.

Attendees Will Learn

— About the opportunities for monetization available
— How to take advantage of those opportunities
— To increase efficiency with every deal signed
— The systems and technology necessary to make it happen

Who Should Attend

— Publishers
— Agents
— Rights managers
— Executives responsible for getting the most value out of their organization and operations

Presenter

— Ashley Mabbitt, assistant director, international rights at John Wiley and Sons

Moderator

— Emily Williams, manager of digital content at BarnesandNoble.com and co-chair of the Book Industry Study Group rights committee

Register today!

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