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Frankfurt Book Fair

Wed., 19. October 2022 - Sun., 23. October 2022

We are delighted to welcome you to our booth 3.0 H89 at the Frankfurt Buchmesse this year! We look forward to meeting you and we are bringing many exciting topics and products with us.

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Welcome to Libri.

We would like to give you a warm welcome at our booth H89 in Hall 3.0 and look forward to having a chat over a cup of coffee with you!

Winning over partners. For books

Whether you are a publisher, run a local bookstore or are involved in e-commerce – we would like to pursue joint goals with you and shape the book trade. We look forward to getting to know you – or seeing you again – during FBM22!

Have you already made an appointment at the Libri booth?

Delivering cultural diversity

With you, we are advancing diversity! Our Libri.Campus formats, such as Libri.Campus live, Campus.Dialoge and our services for people starting their own businesses promotes cultural diversity in the German book market and are conceived as inspiration for your day-to-day book retailing. We are continuing our dialogue with stakeholders in the book market at the trade fair. Just drop by – we look forward to sharing ideas with you!

Local. Digital. International.
The book trade made easy.

With our support, you can sell books both in a bricks-and-mortar store and online, as a book, audio book or e-book, nationally and internationally – and it really is uncomplicated and easy! With our products and services, you can benefit from a wide range of trade channels.

We will be happy to provide you with advice on all aspects at our booth at Frankfurt Buchmesse!

Future sustainability. For books.

At our booth we will also be happy to introduce you to PLUREOS, the largest Print-On-Demand centre in Europe! At the Bad Hersfeld location, PLUREOS combines the latest digital printing technology from BoD with Libri’s state-of-the-art distribution centre.

Millions of German-language and international book titles are available to readers overnight – using our sustainable approach. This way we avoid excess production and unnecessary storage and additional energy costs and use environmentally-friendly printing materials – for a sustainable future for books!