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Tuesday, September 24 • 10:05am - 10:55am
E-books Beyond Our Borders

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Representatives from some of the biggest international e-book players share the ins and outs of the global market from what the devices are to where the biggest opportunities lie around the world. Although the US market developed first, these players will also share lessons learned abroad that can be used in our more mature marketplace.

Moderators
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Christopher Kenneally

Director, Business Development, Copyright Clearance Center
Christopher Kenneally is Director, Business Development, for the non-profit Copyright Clearance Center. He is also host and producer for CCC’s podcast series, “Beyond the Book.” Before joining CCC in 2001, Kenneally reported for the New York Times, WGBH-TV, among many other publications and broadcast media. He is author of “Massachusetts 101.”

Speakers
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Dave Anderson

Vice President, Vendor Management, Kobo
At Kobo, Dave is responsible for managing publisher relations, publisher analytics and publisher communications globally.  Dave oversees a highly talented team that includes members in Canada, the US, Italy, Spain, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Australia, Brazil and the UK. Dave is a career retailer with a passion for books; prior to joining Kobo Dave was at Accenture Management Consulting where he worked in Retail... Read More →
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Giovanni Mancini

Director of Product Management and Head of Marketing, E Ink
With more than two decades of experience in the semiconductor and design automation industries, Giovanni Mancini is the Director of Product Management and Head of Marketing at E Ink Holdings, the global leader in electronic paper (ePaper). Since joining E Ink in 2010, Giovanni has been instrumental in the launch of the Triton color product and the definition of the next generation of ePaper from E Ink. His 25 years of experience in the... Read More →
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Marcus Woodburn

Vice President, Digital Products, Ingram Content Group
Marcus spent 12 years working as an archaeologist and photographer in the Middle East and South America before he began his career in the information world by microfilming historical documents for UMI/ProQuest.  He became Product Manager for K-12 at ProQuest and, and after four years in the K-12 space moved in to a role as Director of Publisher Relations, working primarily with journal and newspaper publishers. After ten year with... Read More →


Tuesday September 24, 2013 10:05am - 10:55am
Wilder, 4th Floor