37th International Supply Chain Seminar 2015
Tuesday, 13 October 2015 from 13:00 to 17:30 (CEST)
The essential pre-Frankfurt mini-conference, focusing on standards for content, metadata and identification, and the message flows that lubricate the physical and digital supply chains.
The programme (full details) will focus on updates, real-world case studies and strategies to use technology to extract the most value from the supply chain. Confirmed speakers so far include:
• Sam Herbert, of 67 Bricks
• Jonathan Nowell of Nielsen
• Merve Okçuoğlu of the Turkish Publishers Association
• Patricia Payton of Bowker
• Gregorio Pellegrino of Effata
• Frank Salliau of iMinds
• Ronald Schild of MVB
• Andrew Weinstein of Scribd
• Howard Willows of Nielsen
and the speaker programme will be followed by a reception for all delgates to celebrate 50 Years of standard book numbering – a milestone event for the publishing industry.
EDItEUR thanks the following sponsors and partners for helping make this event possible:
• Publishing Technology
• Frankfurter Buchmesse
• International ISBN Agency
• TISP (Technology and Innovation for Smart Publishing) project
Note that ticketing for the Supply Chain Seminar does not include entry to the Book Fair itself for 14–18th October.
When & Where
EDItEUR is the international group coordinating development of the standards infrastructure for electronic commerce in the book, e-book and serials sectors.
It is a not-for-profit membership organisation based in London. EDItEUR provides its membership with research, standards and guidance in such diverse areas as:
• bibliographic and product information for the book, e-book and serials sectors
• EDI and other e-commerce transaction standards
• the standards infrastructure for digital publishing
• rights management and trading
As an acknowledged leader in developing, supporting and promoting global standards for the exchange of bibliographic information and of e-commerce messages in the book and journal supply chains, it is best know for the ONIX, EDItX and Thema standards.