Ahmedabad, India, February 04, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- All you hard core readers out there get ready for an up gradation… It's time to get eBook.
Digital publishing is getting hotter by the day and there is nothing like having an access to a huge collection of all the favorite books at once. Welcome to the application world of eBooks as Infibeam will guide you through the journey at the World Book Fair which has been organized between 4 and 10 February. This year, their focus would be to educate and upgrade readers on eBook. You can find us at Hall No - 2, 3, 4, and 5 and Stall No - 140 to 144 at the Pragati Maidan.
According to industry reports, eBook sales continue to rise rapidly and the trend is only going to continue, with books and other publications quickly moving to the iPad and tablets.
On 6th February, Infibeam is hosting a seminar on eBooks as well as on BuildaBazaar, their do-it-yourself e- commerce platform where you can create your own online shopping store under your own URL within minutes, from 2.30 pm to 4.30 pm. They will also be creating online store for publishers to help them reach out to their clients.
Get ready to be inspired.
About New Delhi World Book Fair 2013
This year the World Book Fair will celebrate the theme "Indigenous Voices: Mapping India's Folk and Tribal Literature", where the multifarious expressions of Indian's traditional native cultures including exhibit of books, traditional art forms, crafts, panel discussions and performances will be showcased. France is a Guest of Honor Country at the fair this year.
MM Pallam Raju, Union Minister for Human Resource Development, will inaugurate the fair, while Karan Singh, eminent author, former minister and president of the Indian Council for Cultural Relations will be the guest of honor.
The Fair is organized annually by National Book Trust, India, an apex body of the Government of India, Ministry of Human Resource Development. It is co-organized by India Trade Promotion Organization (ITPO), the nodal agency of the Government of India, Ministry of Commerce for promoting the country's external trade.
This year, the fair will also set up an author's corner in different halls where a number of celebrity writers and literary personalities will interact with the public. Around 50 to 60 books will be released at the fair.