Press Release: Public Discussion of the Readership Study in Georgia

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Public Discussion on the Readership Study in Georgia
Based on the outcomes of a survey conducted by Experto ltd Consulting and Marketing Research company

The Book Platform project and the Georgian Publishers and Booksellers Association invite you to a public presentation and discussion on the Readership Study in Georgia. The event will take place

on March 4, 2013
at 16:00h
followed by a small reception
at the National Parliamentary Library of Georgia
7, Gudiashvili Street, Tbilisi

For the first time ever, there is a comprehensive study of readership and reading habits in Georgia. The objective of the research was to study the habits, beliefs, attitudes and preferences of book readers and buyers: what type of book are they interested in, how often do they buy/read books, where do they read books and where do they buy them, what factors influence the selection process, what is the share of income spent annually on books, what is the choice between electronic and hard copy books, translated and original, etc.

Opening by: Ketevan Jakeli

Presentation on main findings: Experto ltd. (Ludovic Girod & Natia Melikidze)

Discussion with: Giorgi Kekelidze & Masho Samadashvili

The text of the studies is available here in English and Georgian Languages.

THE BOOK PLATFORM PROJECT assists in developing skills, in building international networks and in creating smart policies for creating an environment for a healthy, sustainable and open book culture in three countries of the EU Neighborhood Policy – Armenia, Georgia and Ukraine
. It is a project of the Next Page Foundationin cooperation with the Georgian Book Publishers Association (Georgia), the National Publishers Association (Armenia), and the Publishers' Forum (Ukraine), supported by Eastern Partnership Culture Programme of the EU.

For more information, please, contact:

Ketevan Jakeli, local project manager Book Platform
Georgian Publishers & Booksellers Association
1/12 Archil Kereselidze str, Tbilisi, 0154.

Tel: 995 32 2342390
Mob: 995 591 700 530

Or EU Delegation to Georgia
Tamriko Mikadze

Email: tamriko.mikadze@ec.europa.eu


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