Within the U.S. Pavilion / section organized by the U.S. Department of Commerce at the American Embassy in Paris
March 22-25, 2013
Paris Expo – Porte de Versailles
- International section with 40 countries
- E-Book center & Digital conference room with an intensive program of conferences
- Center for Audiovisual Rights & Rights Center.
- An intensive program of conferences & exhibitions
- Trade & Consumer show: 200,000 consumers & 30,000 trade visitors
- 1,100 exhibitors representing all genres
- The French market is a nation of avid readers, ranks among the world’s top countries in terms of number of titles published annually per capita.
- Best prospects for U.S. publishers: contemporary American literature, arts, life style & design, travel & tourism, social & human sciences, comic books, children’s book.
- Key figures in 2010: 2.8 billion Euros of revenue; 451,935 books sold; 40,021 new titles & 9,656 samples per title.
Reed / CS France will offer 2 fees to exhibit in the U.S. pavilion:
- € 1,777 excl. VAT with the inclusion in the directory & map = $ 2,185 excl. VAT
- € 1,445 excl. VAT without this option (CS will refer to the U.S. pavilion) = $ 1,777 excl. VAT
2. Catalogue distribution
The cost to register is € 304 excl. VAT = $ 373 excl. VAT
The company will be able to display 7 titles and can use CS France APO address to send the materials. We will display 3 catalogue shows (publishers) in one Booster Package.
3. Rights Center
The cost to register is € 415 excl VAT = $ 510 excl. VAT
The exhibitor will be able to recover the VAT. The exhibitor will be located either in the Rights Center and will have access to the U.S. pavilion (depending on the number of exhibitors). A specific form is required.
* The insurance is not included in this package.
- Inclusion in the Paris Book Fair catalogue show & free fair catalogue with list of all exhibitors
- Press release introducing U.S. Pavilion participants to over 100 media contacts
- Targeted list of contacts
- Possibility to enroll in the Fellowship program and roundtables organized by BIEF, the major French publishing association (not for catalogue show)
- A get together in the U.S. pavilion organized by the American Embassy in Paris (not for the catalogue show)
- Post-show follow-up and trade leads provided to U.S. participants
- Logistical support & commercial assistance provided by CS
Questions regarding the Paris Book Fair or the publishing industry in France? Contact : Patricia.Molinaro@trade.gov