Frankfurter Buchmesse 2018
October 10 - October 14| €20 – €46
The Frankfurter Buchmesse is the most important international trade fair for content, the center of the international media world and a major cultural event. Nowhere else in the world does the publishing and media industry show itself from a more diverse, innovative and international side than during these five days in October.
Become an exhibitor!
Network, market and ensure a strong presence: Showcase yourself and your brand as an exhibitor at the Frankfurter Buchmesse – and stay relevant for your current and future customers.
The Frankfurt Book Fair will take place from 10 to 14 October 2018. The Frankfurt Book Fair is a meeting place for the industry’s experts and the most important marketplace for books, media, rights, and licenses worldwide. Be they publishers, booksellers, agents, film producers or authors – each year in October, they all come together and create something new.
Grow your business, expand your network, build bridges into the future, grow your professional skills, and make new discoveries: digital content, the vibrant publishing landscape of the Guest of Honour and interesting information about the most important markets worldwide. Whether you come to the Fair as an exhibitor, professional or private visitor – one thing is certain: at the Frankfurt Book Fair, you will have more access to current trends than anywhere else.
Book sale at the Fair
On the last day of the fair (Sunday, 14 October 2018) exhibiting publishers are allowed to sell their books at retail price. At the fair you will see many books you would like to buy right away. Whether you’re excited about the newest manga or the first edition of an underground poet, on Sunday you can buy them all.
NEW: the Frankfurt magazine – books from Germany
We are proud to announce the very first edition of the Frankfurt magazine! This brand new publication complements our book collections by discussing the topics and titles in greater detail. But it is also a fully-fledged literary and cultural magazine in its own right – one that places wide-ranging interviews with industry experts alongside articles by important German authors and includes literary news and views alongside statistical information on the German book market. Pick up a copy the next time you visit a German stand.