The trade in rights, the procurement of titles for translation, the licensing of works for audio book adaptations and suchlike - these activities make up the core business of the Frankfurt Book Fair participants. The content business at the Frankfurt Book Fair is focusing increasingly on value addition based on crossmedial approaches to content, projects and book characters, as well as the licensing of brands and characters, both into and out of the publishing world.
At the Frankfurt Book Fair, more than 600 agents from over 30 countries negotiate with their international publishing partners.
Agents and scouts have their appointment diaries filled to bursting in Frankfurt. To be able to complete deals smoothly and hold their discussions without interruptions, they must be able to work efficiently and avoid long distances between appointments. The Literary Agents and Scouts Centre in Hall 6.3 offers the perfect working conditions.
Information & registration for agents & scouts
The RightsLink online platform allows you to grant permissions easily, efficiently and cost-effectively through a standardised procedure. Benefit from the advantages RightsLink offers:
13 October, 2 pm – 5 pm, Hall 4.2
The RDM on the Tuesday before the Book Fair is a must-attend event every year. In 2014, the RDM explored the future of the rights trade at a time of increasingly globalised content models. The RDM looked at one of the most interesting territories for rights sales and acquisitions: Spanish-speaking Latin America.
The Frankfurt Book Fair has invested in the global rights and licensing platform IPR License. As a result, the Fair’s portfolio of products and events for rights agents is being expanded around a global trade platform, making it more attractive to the international market. Details about getting involved can be found in the press release.
Read current press release