The Digital Book World Conference + Expo 2016 is now roughly nine months away, and a program that reflects the emerging issues and challenges facing the industry is already taking shape.
The unprecedented depth and breadth of programming this year’s conference delivered was the product of intensive conversations with thought leaders and research into publishers’ most pressing concerns and business needs. The 2016 program promises to be just as vibrant thanks to a fresh, in-depth round of research that begins now.
We want to hear from you.
Take the Digital Book World 2016 Public Survey and lend your voice to the process that shapes next year’s conference. A panel of volunteers representing a cross-section of publishers, vendors, trade partners and other major stakeholders, known as the Conference Council, will meet later this year to review the results and start building programming around them.
In the meantime, we’ll publish key findings and commentary based on the survey, exploring what matters now in digital publishing, and why.
Conference Chair Mike Shatzkin has much more on the scope, aims and key areas of interest this year’s survey covers.
Click here to participate in the Digital Book World 2016 Public Survey.