eBOUND Canada Releases Report Investigating International ebook Pricing

TORONTO – A paper to aid publishers in international pricing strategies has been issued by eBOUND Canada, the non-profit digital services provider for the digital publishing industry. Funding for this […]

There’s a New Vendor in eBOUND-town, hoopla!

Welcome, hoopla!

eBOUND’s Newest Vendor Partner: PaperC

eBOUND has recently entered into a distribution agreement with Berlin-based ebook vendor PaperC

eBOUND enters agreement with BookGrabbr

  With all of the newfangled marketing tools out there that you can use to try to get eyes on your books, word-of-mouth recommendations are still inevitably the most powerful […]

New eBOUND Vendor Partner: Odilo

eBOUND is pleased to announce a new distribution partnership with library wholesale vendor Odilo.

eBOUND Releases Report on Digital Best Practices for Publishers and Librarians

eBOUND Canada releases A Report to the Canadian Publishing Community on ebook Collection Practices, Trends and Issues in Canada’s Public, University and College Libraries

eBOUND Canada Helps Canadian Publishers Earn Nearly $1.5M in Ebook Sales Last Year

eBOUND Canada announced today that it has helped its publisher clients generate $1.49 million in ebook sales in the 2013-14 fiscal year, with sales from a mix of retail, library and wholesale channels.

eBOUND Appoints Krystyna Ross as Interim CEO

TORONTO – July 2, 2013 Rob Sanders, Chair of the Board of eBOUND Canada, announced today that Krystyna Ross has been appointed Interim CEO of eBOUND, the collective organization which […]

CEO Robert Hayashi to leave eBOUND Canada

Robert Hayashi, eBOUND’s inaugural CEO, has decided to leave the organization effective April 12, 2013, and the Board of Directors has appointed Diana Barry as interim director. Barry was formerly […]

eBOUND partners with OCUL and ACUP to support Canadian ebook scholarship

Yesterday it was announced that we’ve partnered with Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) and twelve members of the Association of Canadian University Presses (ACUP) to “support the availability of […]

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