|London Book Fair|
ECPA makes it easy for you to buy and sell rights at the London Book Fair
FLY IN and FLY OUT. By sponsoring the ECPA Christian Collective exhibit space, ECPA handles all logistical and administrative services, so that our members can focus their time on selling/buying rights at this important international publishing event.
ECPA administrative services for collective participants include:
WHAT LONDON COLLECTIVE PARTICIPANTS SAY:
year's London Book Fair was our busiest year ever since we began coming
years ago! Not only were we able to fill our schedule with productive
appointments, but we were able to also initiate some new relationships
that we believe will bear fruit. LBF is an important event each year
that enables us to deepen our relationships with our customers."
"I was excited to have the chance to go to the London Book Fair because
of the opportunity to meet with publishers who I normally communicate
with only by email. The ECPA Collective had a steady stream of
publishers from all over the world coming to visit our booths. I met
with publishers from Germany, the Netherlands, Brazil, India, South
Korea, South Africa, Moscow and Beijing. This experience made me think of the opportunity we have as Christian
publishers to make Christian books available to people all around the
world. Meeting with publishers and agents in London allowed me to
personally recommend particular titles to meet specific needs. What a
"Riggins International Rights Services, representing 14 U.S. publishers, had very good results from London. Over 140 titles were requested for evaluation, plus several licensing contracts are already in negotiation. This year Riggins expanded their booth size so that two clients, B&H and Rose, could have meeting space with their export buyers. While London is a smaller show, it allows for longer appointment times and more networking time than Frankfurt, so we find it a valuable investment for marketing our client’s titles."
Cindy Riggins, President, Riggins International Rights Services