EIBF submits contribution to Postal Services Directive public consultation

EIBF submits a contribution to the European Commission’s Postal Services Directive public consultation.

EIBF lends its voice to European cultural and creative sectors calling for help

EIBF co-signs three letters to the European institutions asking for sustainable recovery plan for culture   

As Amazon.se launches in Sweden, EIBF reminds of the importance of a level playing field

EIBF calls for a level playing field for booksellers, as Amazon enters the Nordics

Launch of the SDG 11 reading list

The SDG Book Club helps children learn about the Sustainable Development Goals  SDG 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities

EIBF Webinar: Preparing for holiday sales

On Thursday, 5 November, we hosted a webinar to foster exchange of best practices between booksellers in the lead up to the end of the year sales   

A decisive first step towards fair competition in the digital world

The European and International Booksellers’ Federation (EIBF) welcomes and celebrates yesterday’s positive vote and approval of several reports on the upcoming Digital Services Act (DSA) at the Euro

The European & International Booksellers Federation is against the use of closed generic TLD by commercial entities

The European and International Booksellers Federation, EIBF, represents Booksellers Associations in the European Union and in the world.

Platform Statement on strong budget for Creative Europe

The European Platform on the potential of Cultural and Creative Industries advocates for a strong budget for Creative Europe

EBF CONTRIBUTION TO THE CONSULTATION REVIEW OF EXISTING LEGISLATION ON VAT REDUCED RATES

The full contribution can be found in attachment. 

EBF AND FEP JOINT STATEMENT FOR ROUND TABLE ON E-BOOKS WITH VICE-PRESIDENT NEELIE KROES ON 26 JUNE

The European book sector is the first cultural industry in Europe with an estimated turnover of 40 billion euros(i). The European book sector employs several hundreds of thousands of highly skilled European citizens. Most of multinational book publishing companies are Europe-based.

EBF contribution to the European Green Paper on the Future of VAT

EBF believes that any reform of the VAT system should take into account the following principles: