Willkommen zum 32. Frankfurt Rights Meeting

9. Oktober 2018
14.00 - 17.00 Uhr
Halle 4.0, Raum Europa

ab € 165,‒

Frau sitzt auf der Bühne und hält einen Vortrag

Die Leitkonferenz für den Rechte- und Lizenzhandel

Das Frankfurt Rights Meeting ist seit über 30 Jahren der Treffpunkt für alle Entscheider im Bereich Rechte und Lizenzen. Hochkarätige Sprecher bieten Ihnen und rund 200 weiteren Teilnehmern exklusive Einblicke in aktuelle Themen und Trends. Hier treffen sich Rechte- und Lizenzmanager, Literaturagenten, Scouts und Verleger zu Vorträgen, Diskussionen und zum Networking.

Bitte beachten Sie, dass das Frankfurt Rights Meeting in englischer Sprache stattfindet.

Beim 32. Frankfurt Rights Meeting treffen Sie …

  • Rechte- und Lizenzmanager
  • Literaturagenten
  • Scouts
  • Verleger
  • Lektoren
  • Business Development Manager

Fokus auf Polen, Rumänien, Russland und Subscription Models

Polen, Rumänien und Russland – erfahren Sie mehr über aktuelle Zahlen, Fakten, Themen und Trends von unseren ExpertInnen. Profitieren Sie von exklusiven Einblicken über neue Player und aktuelle Entwicklungen in den Märkten.

Subscription Models: Was genau verbirgt sich hinter dem Begriff, welche Arten gibt es, wie funktionieren sie in der Praxis und was sollte bei der Vertragsgestaltung beachtet werden - das Frankfurt Rights Meeting gibt Ihnen einen umfassenden Überblick.

Die gewonnenen Einblicke können Sie nach einer kurzen Kaffeepause während den Round-Table-Sessions in der letzten Stunde mit den SprecherInnen, internationalen KollegInnen sowie weiteren ExpertInnen vertiefend diskutieren und erörtern.

Beim anschließenden Networking können Sie Ihre Kontakte weiter ausbauen und den Tag in entspannter Atmosphäre bei einem Glas Wein ausklingen zu lassen.

Agenda

14:00

Willkommen

Kris Kliemann is the president of Kliemann & Company Consulting, where she advises companies on strategic approaches to licensing rights, permissions, and other copyright and intellectual property for maximum reach and revenue. Kris will guide through the 32nd Frankfurt Rights Meeting

Speaker: Kris Kliemann, Rights Consultant, USA

14:05

Fokus auf ... POLEN

Poland is a significant rights market for international publishers with translated titles making up almost 20% of books published in Poland—English being the most translated language and German being the second. Dive deep into the polish market and learn more about trends and current developments with our expert Joanna Maciuk.

Speaker: Joana Maciuk, Editor-in-Chief Foreign Fiction Department, Prószyński Media, Poland

14:20

Fokus auf … RUMÄNIEN

In Romania translations still represent more than 50% of the whole book production. Anglo-American authors dominate the translation market, while Central and East European literatures are on the rise. Discover Romania with Bogdan-Alexandru Stănescu, meet new players and gain insights into the Romanian publishing market.

Speaker: Bogdan Stănescu, Editorial Director, Polirom Publishing House, Romania

14:35

Fokus auf … RUSSLAND

The Russian Book Market is a very dynamic one, seemingly dominated by large publishing groups and a thriving Audio business. Irina Prokhorova will lead through the Russian publishing industry, showcasing the actually very active independent publishing scene as well as recent topics and trends of her markets.

Speaker: Irina Prokhorova, Editor-in-Chief & Publisher, New Literary Observer, Russia

14:50

Frage- und Diskussionsrunde – Polen, Rumänien, Russland

Speaker: Irina Prokhorova, Editor-in-Chief & Publisher, New Literary Observer, Russia

Joana Maciuk, Editor-in-Chief Foreign Fiction Department, Prószyński Media, Poland

Bogdan Stănescu, Editorial Director, Polirom Publishing House, Romania

Moderated by Kris Kliemann

15:05

Fokus auf … SUBSCRIPTION MODELS (I)

Subscription Models have been around in the STM and academic publishing sector for quite some time. Huw Alexander will chronicle the developments from then til now, explain the most dominant models and provide some “lessons learned.”

Speaker: Huw Alexander, Accessibility Consultant, UK

 
15:20

 Fokus auf … SUBSCRIPTION MODELS (II)

While subscription models are old news for STM and academic publishers, they are still nascent in the trade market. Get to know the schemes and providers currently active in the European market, learn about their business models and understand what to look out for.

Speaker: Nathan Hull, Chief Commercial and Content Officer, BookChoice, Netherlands

15:35

Fokus auf … SUBSCRIPTION MODELS (III)

Suzanne Galvez will showcase the subscription models currently most dominant in the US market and point out differences and similarities between the US and European market.

Speaker: Suzanne Galvez, VP Content Partnerships, Findaway, USA

15:50

Frage- und Diskussionsrunde – Subscription Models

Speaker: Huw Alexander, Accessibility Consultant, UK

Nathan Hull, Chief Commercial and Content Officer, BookChoice, Netherlands

Suzanne Galvez, VP Content Partnerships, Findaway, USA

Moderated by Kris Kliemann

16:00 KAFFEEPAUSE
16:15

ROUND-TABLE-SESSIONS

After a short coffee break, attendees can discuss what they have heard in greater depth with the speakers, international colleagues and other experts. Besides our expert speakers, you can also join the following Round-Table-Sessions:

17:00

Networking-Empfang

 

Irina Prokhorova

Irina Prokhorova

Irina Prokhorova ist Kulturhistorikerin, Literturkritikerin, Lektorin, Verlagsleiterin, Mitgründerin der Mikhail Prokhorov Foundation (The Charitable Foundation for Cultural Initiatives) – und langjähriges Mitglied des Frankfurt Rights Meeting Advisory Boards.

Irina Prokhorova ist Kulturhistorikerin, Literturkritikerin, Lektorin, Verlagsleiterin, Mitgründerin der Mikhail Prokhorov Foundation (The Charitable Foundation for Cultural Initiatives) – und langjähriges Mitglied des Frankfurt Rights Meeting Advisory Boards.

1992 gründete Sie Ihren Verlag New Literary Observer, der derzeit drei wissenschaftliche Zeitschriften und über 100 Bücher zu u.a. Literaturkritik, Philosophie, Geschichte sowie zeitgenössischer russischer Literatur und Poetik publiziert. Als Mitbegründerin der gemeinnützigen Mikhail Prokhorov Foundation (2004) engagiert sie sich außerdem für die Förderung kultureller Initiativen in ganz Russland. Irina moderiert zwei Live-Programme im Radio, ist Trägerin des amerikanischen Liberty-Awards für Ihre Verdienste um die Entwicklung Russisch-Amerikanischer Kulturbeziehungen (2003), Chevalier d’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres (Frankreich, 2005), Trägerin des Andrei-Belzy-Preises für Literatur (2006) und seit 2012 Chevalier d’Ordre der Légion d’Honneur.

Joanna Maciuk

Joanna Maciuk

Seit 2015 leitet Joanna Maciuk die Abteilung Fremdsprachige Literatur bei Prószyński Media, einem der größten Verlagshäuser Polens. Ihre Laufbahn in der Buchbranche begann sie bei Bertelsmann Media und später Swiat Ksiazki, wo sie als Assistenz des Programmdirektors eingesetzt war.

Seit 2015 leitet Joanna Maciuk die Abteilung Fremdsprachige Literatur bei Prószyński Media, einem der größten Verlagshäuser Polens. Ihre Laufbahn in der Buchbranche begann sie bei Bertelsmann Media und später Swiat Ksiazki, wo sie als Assistenz des Programmdirektors eingesetzt war.

Nach zwei Jahren im Verlagswesen wechselte sie zur Agentur Graal, wo sie als Co-Agentin sechs Jahre lang Rechte an internationalen Bestsellern in den polnischen Markt verkaufte. Dank ihrer langjährigen Erfahrungen auf der Ein- und Verkäuferseite hat sie einen umfassenden und einzigartigen Blick auf die Branche, den sie gerne mit anderen teilt.

Kris Kliemann

Kris Kliemann

Kristin Kliemann ist die Inhaberin von Kliemann & Company Consulting. Ihre Firma konzipiert für Unternehmen Strategien im Rechte- und Lizenzbereich und berät bei allen weiteren urheberrechtlichen Fragen.

Kristin Kliemann ist die Inhaberin von Kliemann & Company Consulting. Ihre Firma konzipiert für Unternehmen Strategien im Rechte- und Lizenzbereich und berät bei allen weiteren urheberrechtlichen Fragen.

Zu ihren Kunden gehört derzeit IPR License, eine Online-Plattform für den Handel mit Rechten und Lizenzen. Kris‘ Erfahrungen im Verlagswesen sind umfangreich, sie arbeitete unter anderem im Lektorat, Marketing sowie natürlich im Lizenzbereich, hier u.a bei Random House/Fodor’s Travel, Hyperion/Disney und Farrar, Straus & Giroux. Letzte Station vor ihrer Selbstständigkeit war Wiley Inc., wo sie als Vice President & Director of Global Rights über 14 Jahre ein 34-köpfiges Team, verteilt auf verschiedene internationale Standorte in den USA, England und Asien, leitete.

Huw Alexander

Huw Alexander

Huw Alexander is a publishing accessibility consultant based in London.

Huw Alexander is a publishing accessibility consultant based in London.

He embarked on a career in publishing during the last century after being informed that he was genetically designed to reach high shelves. His career has spanned bookselling, agenting and academic publishing. Over a 15-year career at SAGE Publishing he was Rights Manager, Digital Sales Manager and Accessibility Lead.

Bogdan-Alexandru Stănescu

Bogdan-Alexandru Stănescu

Bogdan-Alexandru Stănescu (1979) holds a Phd in Romanian literature and has been the coordinator of the most prestigious foreign fiction collection in Romania (Biblioteca Polirom) for the last 13 years.

Bogdan-Alexandru Stănescu (1979) holds a Phd in Romanian literature and has been the coordinator of the most prestigious foreign fiction collection in Romania (Biblioteca Polirom) for the last 13 years.

He started working as editor-in-chief for Polirom Publishing House in 2005 and in 2006 was appointed editorial director. He also established the first chick-lit collection in Romania (CHIC) and now is busy building a new children’s fiction collection (JUNIOR). He acquired Romanian rights for writers such as Orhan Pamuk, Ernest Hemingway, Albert Camus, Ian McEwan and Jose Saramago and is just as actively involved in a program of retranslating Russian and French classics.

Jeroen Jansen Speaker Frankfurt Rights Meeting 2018

Jeroen Jansen

Jeroen Jansen is a lawyer (EU Law) and former Dutch diplomat. He is currently a partner in the Litigation & Regulatory Practice of DLA Piper in Brussels.

Jeroen Jansen is a lawyer (EU Law) and former Dutch diplomat. He is currently a partner in the Litigation & Regulatory Practice of DLA Piper in Brussels.

He leads the EU Regulatory, Trade and Government Affairs team specialising in EU Law and regulatory advocacy (lobbying) with focus on the EU legislative process.

Valerijus Ostrovskis Speaker Frankfurt Rights Meeting 2018

Valerijus Ostrovskis

Valerijus Ostrovskis is a senior lead lawyer in DLA Piper's EU Regulatory and Government Affairs team in Brussels.

Valerijus Ostrovskis is a senior lead lawyer in DLA Piper's EU Regulatory and Government Affairs team in Brussels.

Valerijus has extensive experience advising clients - leading international companies and foreign governments - on the European Union's policy and regulation, with a particular focus on EU law and policy. He also has in-depth knowledge and significant experience in the fields of European copyright law, data protection, technology, EU and international economic sanctions and export control regulations.

Frankfurt Rights Meeting 2018 Speaker Alexis Fierens DLA Piper

Alexis Fierens

Alexis Fierens is a lead lawyer at DLA Piper in Brussels, Belgium. He practises IP and commercial law, with a special focus on copyright and other soft IP, handling both advisory and litigation work.

Alexis Fierens is a lead lawyer at DLA Piper in Brussels, Belgium. He practises IP and commercial law, with a special focus on copyright and other soft IP, handling both advisory and litigation work.

His clients include Belgian SMEs and multinational companies with a special focus on the retail, consumer goods and technology sectors.

Jane Tappuni Speaker Frankfurt Rights Meeting 2018

Jane Tappuni

Jane Tappuni has 25 years’ worth of experience working within the publishing industry, across publishing, media and the technology sectors. She is an expert in go to market strategies, marketing strategies, and revenue generation through technology.

Jane Tappuni has 25 years’ worth of experience working within the publishing industry, across publishing, media and the technology sectors. She is an expert in go to market strategies, marketing strategies, and revenue generation through technology.

Jane is currently General Manager at www.iprlicense.com, the market place to buy and sell rights online. Previously, Jane had business responsibility for www.Ingentaconnect.com, the world’s largest portal of journals. She also has eight years’ experience in platform technology and CMS for STM, Association and Academic publishers.

Izabella Kaluta Speaker Frankfurt Rights Meeting 2018

Izabella Kaluta

Izabella Kaluta – culture manager and editor, she has been working on various programs promoting Polish literature abroad and reading within the country for nearly 20 years. She currently works as the Chief Program Coordinator at the Polish Book Institute.

Izabella Kaluta – culture manager and editor, she has been working on various programs promoting Polish literature abroad and reading within the country for nearly 20 years. She currently works as the Chief Program Coordinator at the Polish Book Institute.

Curator of the Polish collective stands in Bologna since 2006, member of the jury of the international competition “A well designed book – let’s start with the children” organized by the Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice. The author of the comprehensive guide to China and Chinese culture for children titled 'Man Zou. China for Inquisitives', published in Polish at the beginning of 2018 by prestigious Polish publisher Dwie Siostry (LBF Excellence Award winner 2017); Spanish, Chinese and Korean versions of the book are forthcoming.

Henrik Lindvall Speaker Frankfurt Rights Meeting 2018

Henrik Lindvall

Henrik Lindvall holds a BA in media and communications. Starting his career in publishing in a bookstore, he went on to work, among others, for Swedish wholesaler Pocketgrossisten as Head of Purchasing.

Henrik Lindvall holds a BA in media and communications. Starting his career in publishing in a bookstore, he went on to work, among others, for Swedish wholesaler Pocketgrossisten as Head of Purchasing.

In 2010, he became Senior Editor Foreign Fiction at Norstedts, before taking over as CEO of literary agency Partners in Stories in 2017. Since 2018, Henrik is the Head of Rights Team Management at Storytel, Sweden.

Suzanne Galvez of Findaway speaks at Frankfurt Rights Meeting of Frankfurter Buchmesse 2018

Suzanne Galvez

Suzanne Galvez is the Vice President of Content Partnerships for Findaway, a global leader in digital audiobook delivery.

Suzanne Galvez is the Vice President of Content Partnerships for Findaway, a global leader in digital audiobook delivery.

As a member of Findaway’s senior team, Suzanne oversees all acquisition, metadata ingestion / quality and merchandising efforts. Under her leadership, Findaway’s catalogue has quadrupled and audiobooks have enjoyed expanded reach to new listeners throughout the world through innovative, new business models and distribution partners.

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