Booksellers’ support schemes
EKEBI provides free access to the BIBLIONET databases to facilitate better organisation of bookshops (http://www.biblionet.gr/) .
Just a few hours of training are sufficient to show professionals the wealth of possibility that the BIBLIONET database offers. Once every three months depending on demand, seminars are organised for professionals as part of the Book Workshop.
National Book Centre of Greece
Contact: Mr. Sokratis Kambouropoulos
4 Athanasiou Diakou St., Makrygianni
Metro Station: Acropolis
Tel. 210 92 00 308
PROGRAMME OF EVENTS TO SUPPORT BOOKSHOPS
As part of EKEBI’s policy to support professionals from the world of books, in 2007 EKEBI adopted the programme to support events at bookshops.
Objectives of the scheme
To support bookshops in organising book-related cultural events
To bolster the marketing of books and reading
To support the work of authors and to make it easier for them to come into contact with their readers.
Who is the scheme aimed at?
The scheme is aimed at all bookshops nationwide. Priority is given to bookshops in the provinces.
For what events is support available?
It is available for all book-related events, especially those concerning with specific actions to promote reading such as World Book Day, World Poetry Day, Children’s Book Day, and Reading Clubs.
Before submitting an application form, please read the scheme’s rules carefully. After the event please email your impressions to: email@example.com
SUPPORT PROGRAMME RELATED TO THESSALONIKI BOOK FAIR
EKEBI supports booksellers who want to visit the Thessaloniki Book Fair and attend the conference organised by the Panhellenic Federation of Publishers and Booksellers every year.
The Book Observatory
- The Book Observatory collects and disseminates data relating to:
- Book economics: Economic studies & research
- sociological analyses of reading habits: Social studies & research
- the public’s reading habits: Reader behaviour studies
- foreign book production: info on foreign book markets.
TRIBUTES TO LEADING AUTHORS
Tributes to leading authors