The cloud publishing platform StreetLib has added a raft of new distribution partners this week as it continues its mission to be the world’s leading one-stop shop for publishers any size, anywhere, wanting to reach a truly global audience.
StreetLib began life as an ebook company back in 2006, before Amazon’s Kindle made ebooks fashionable, and today facilitates the production and gateway distribution of ebooks, POD, comics, magazines, audiobooks and online reading, with an unrivalled portfolio of 70+ partners that offer reach through hundreds of retail and subscription consumer points and to over 50,000 library consumer points worldwide.
Today’s announcement takes in France, Brazil and the USA and involves global reach across more than 70 countries, as StreetLib CEO Giacomo D’Angelo…
While Italy-based, StreetLib’s reputation as one of the foremost global players in the digital books arena was enhanced this week when the company’s CEO, Giacomo D’Angelo, joined a panel of publishing industry experts in an online discussion about the impact of digital publishing amid the coronavirus crisis.
Organised by the United Arab Emirates’ Abu Dhabi Department of Culture and Tourism (DCT Abu Dhabi) as part of a series of online seminars for the Arab and global publishing industry, the discussion was moderated by Salah Chebaro, General Director of Thaqafa and Founder and CEO of Neelwafurat, one of the largest online sales platforms for Arabic books. …
StreetLib is delighted to announce a new partnership with Sweden’s Word Audio Publishing (WAPI) as the two companies expand their global digital ambitions.
Based in Italy, StreetLib operates across six continents partnering with publishers and authors to provide services and distribution across the publishing spectrum, including ebooks, audiobooks, print-on-demand, online literature, comics, etc.
WAPI is one of the fastest growing digital books operators in Sweden and beyond — synergies which made for a natural partnership between the two companies.
Mattias Lundgren, CEO at WAPI said:
“Our mission is to reach as many people as possible with our stories. Teaming up with StreetLib makes us realize that mission in a very smooth and easy way. …