Innovation and a Non-Traditional Background: a Recipe for Success

How FierceMarkets publisher Rebecca Willumson drove major growth. The post Innovation and a Non-Traditional Background: a Recipe for Success appeared first on Folio:. Continue reading at 'Folio Magazine'

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How Juul found success: Innovation and addiction

The e-cigarette-maker promised a safer product but got teens hooked, Jamie Ducharme writes. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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Sandow’s Success Is Anything but Traditional

[caption id="attachment_170661" align="alignright" width="241"] Adam Sandow[/caption] When Adam Sandow was founding his namesake company in 2003, his goal was to build a media business that would allow him to innovate and do things differently. “What we didn’t want to do is focus on the few... Continue reading at Folio Magazine

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Traditional books on paper open a new chapter of success

As the expansion of ebook sales slow down, enthusiasm for both paperbacks and hardcovers remains strongA former tannery has been magicked into an arts venue, the lights have been dimmed, and a roomful of publishing executives are sitting on creaky wooden floors, cross-legged or knees scrunched... Continue reading at The Guardian

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How Publishing Traditions Inform Innovation

Jesse Finkelstein and Trena White of Page Two, a publishing services firm in Canada reflect on what they've learned in their first year in business. The post How Publishing Traditions Inform Innovation appeared first on Publishing Perspectives. Continue reading at Publishing Perspectives

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Robert Pinsky on the Distinctly American Tradition of Improvisation

The Miami Book Fair began as a two-day event in November 1984, when a small group of determined individuals—including educators from Miami Dade College, independent booksellers, and librarians—founded Miami Book Fair International. In the nearly 40 years since, Miami Book Fair has grown into one... Continue reading at Literrary Hub

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Tech Innovators See Promise in Palm Springs Bookstore

Silicon Valley entrepreneurs Paul Bradley Carr and Sarah Lacy plan to open The Best Bookstore in Palm Springs in time for Black Friday. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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‘Lachlan gets fired the day Rupert dies’: Murdoch biography stokes succession rumors

New book by Australian reporter Paddy Manning hints at Succession-style feud with ramifications for US rightwing politicsIt’s long been thought that the succession plan for Lachlan Murdoch to take control of Fox Corporation and News Corp was set in stone for when his 91-year-old father, Rupert... Continue reading at The Guardian

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In Service of the Avant Garde: On the Unlikely Success of Siglio Press

Featured image from Sophie Calle’s The Hotel. The Siglio origin story famously begins with founder Lisa Pearson in Prague in the days before with Velvet Revolution being slipped a samizdat copy of exiled novelist Milan Kundera’s incendiary novel, The Unbearable Lightness of Being. Which is to... Continue reading at Literrary Hub

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Hitting the Books: The early EVs that paved the way for GM's Ultium success

General Motors has been in business for more than a century, but in its 112 years, the company has never faced such challenges as it does in today's rapidly electrifying and automating industry. The assembly line jobs from Detroit's heyday have been replaced by legions of automated industrial... Continue reading at Engadget

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Murdoch’s succession: who wins from move to reunite Fox and News Corp?

Deal would seal legacy with favoured heirs, but markets question whether companies should merge in the first placeThis week’s 200th anniversary soiree for the Sunday Times gathered some of the biggest names in media at the headquarters of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts in... Continue reading at The Guardian

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On Disrupting a Cherished Musical Tradition and Creating New Appalachian Ballads

As a publishing company with its main location in southern West Virginia, Blackwater Press is undeniably an Appalachian press. That means when we receive manuscripts from regional writers or on regional topics, I’m not automatically open to acceptance. Quite the opposite: I’m more critical than... Continue reading at Literrary Hub

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A Blueprint for Success: Spotlight on Whynde Kuehn

In Strategy to Reality, the author offers a holistic perspective on building and structuring a successful business. (Sponsored) Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Indie Presses and Bookstores Discuss Strategies for Success at PNBA

New marketing approaches and sustainable publishing were two of the main topics on the final day of the PNBA fall meeting. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Ideapress: Where Quality Meets Innovation

When it comes to publishing a business book, bestselling author, entrepreneur, and publisher Rohit Bhargava knows quality when he sees it. Alongside his wife, Chhavi Arya, he’s the cofounder of Ideapress, a hybrid publisher that specializes in out-of-the-box business titles. (Sponsored) Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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What Five Years with a Predatory Vanity Press Taught Me About Art and Success

Every few months, I receive an email or phone call from someone who claims to work for a literary agency or publishing entity. In the lengthy messages variegated with bold-faced sentences, or voicemails in which the speaker mispronounces my maiden name, I’m promised six-figure book deals with... Continue reading at Literrary Hub

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Kickstarter Campaign Makes 'Peculiar Tastes' a Broad Success

A six-book erotica series, launched by the hosts of the 'Bonkers Romance' podcast, has shattered its initial funding goals, raising roughly 35 times what its creators initially hoped, with weeks still to go in its campaign. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Subverting Traditional Narratives of Love and Happiness

When CJ Hauser published “The Crane Wife” in The Paris Review, an essay about repressing her needs in a relationship, calling off a wedding, and going to study whooping cranes on the Gulf Coast, it quickly became a viral hit. Three years later, her 17-piece memoir in essays of the same name... Continue reading at Electric Literature

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IPA’s Africa Publishing Innovation Fund Pivots to Accessibility in Fourth Year

In its fourth and final year, IPA’s Africa Publishing Innovation Fund will support publishers in accessibility. By Porter Anderson, Editor-in-Chief | @Porter_Anderson ‘Opening the Literary World to Everyone’ ur readers will recall that at mid-June, we had the announcement of the Africa... Continue reading at Publishing Perspectives

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Centuries of innovations in Western music, presented at a fast tempo

Musical notation, polyphony, opera and jazz are among the significant leaps that Stuart Isacoff explores. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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