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32nd International Supply Chain Seminar

The 32nd International Supply Chain Seminar took place on Tuesday 5th October 2010. The presentations (where we have been gven permission to upload them) are now available to view or download as pdfs.

Extracting value from the digital supply chain
George Lossius, Publishing Technology

Making the local global and the global local: international print distribution in the digital age
Robert Kasher, Bookmasters

Keys to optimising your digital strategy
Marcus Woodburn, Ingram Content Group

Embracing digital technologies: the Dutch book industry and changing perspectives in book distribution
Hans Willem Cortenraad, Centraal Boekhuis

Spain's DILVE experience: A books-in-print repository as data adapter for publishers
Jesús Peraita, Neturity SL

Content structure breakdown, re-use of components and the importance of metadata
Carl Mann, Klopotek

Google Editions – opportunities for collaboration
Jason Hanley, Google

The International Standard Text Code – releasing the benefits to the book supply chain
Jonathan Nowell, Nielsen Book Services and Graham Bell, EDItEUR

Identifiers: people, places and organisations
Helen Henderson, Ringgold

A supply chain or a supply network?
Scott Lubeck, BISG

Parallel universe: new library models in the supply chain
Michael Cairns, Information Media Partners

The importance of knowing you don’t know what you don’t know and a way to know it!
John Wicker, Tata Consultancy Services





Event Details

Room DIMENSION, Hall 4.2 Messe Frankfurt 
Event Type:
Editeur Events
05 October 2010
10:00 - 16:30
Members (£125), non-members (£175) 

Posted: 15 June 2010 In: EDItEUR Events

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