StoryDrive Asia 10–12 November

FBF to organize event in tandem with MP Singapore, SBPA

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Juergen Boos, director of the Frankfurt Book Fair

After four successful events in Beijing, StoryDrive Asia will now be held in Singapore for the first time, from 10 to 12 November 2016. As well as focussing on the rights and licensing trade for books, films, TV, games and merchandizing, it will promote international cooperation, shed light on new trends and innovations as well as content for the media industries, and support closer business relations with companies in the ASEAN region.

“With a population of more than 620 million, the Southeast Asian region with its ten countries remains an under-explored market with huge potential,” says Juergen Boos, director of the FBF. “By hosting Story Drive Asia in the media metropolis of Singapore, our strategic aim is to establish access for international publishers and other companies to entirely new players, and to help ASEAN companies to reach global markets more efficiently.”

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