Executives from eBook retailer and eReader maker Kobo will be giving a series of talks at next week at the London Book Fair where the company will be exhibiting its Kobo Vox and Touch devices at the Fair.
“London Book Fair provides a great opportunity for Kobo to connect with our partners and offer our unique insights into how the digital reading landscape is evolving,” said Michael Tamblyn, Kobo’s Executive Vice President, Content, Sales & Merchandising.
“We’ve made it our business to bring eReading to an ever-growing list of countries – including Canada, United States, France, United Kingdom, Germany, Australia, New Zealand, The Netherlands and more. We have done all of this while balancing our deep commitment to the reading experience with a desire to push the possibilities of what it means to be a reader, writer or publisher. At LBF 2012, we will be telling stories and sharing data that illuminate both ends of that spectrum.”
Tamblyn is one of three executives from the firm delivering speeches during the three day event.