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IPR Prezi final 3.0

Adding Big Finish
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Jim Harvey

on 24 February 2016

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Transcript of IPR Prezi final 3.0

The marketplace for publishers to trade rights globally
IPR
timeline
January 2012
IPR’s starting
point
STARTING
OUT
April 2012
Initial platform launched
STARTING
OUT
September 2012
Service widened
Service widened to publishers & authors and other sectors, such as TV & film

PICKING
UP SPEED
Tom Chalmers
“The idea for IPR was such a good opportunity - to develop a way of helping publishers to license their rights globally ”
December 2013
Key alliance
Wide-ranging alliance with Copyright Clearance Center (CCC)
BUILDING
MOMENUTUM
April 2014
TradeRights
TradeRights transactional product launched
MILESTONES
ACHIEVED
September 2014
Growing publisher engagement
250 publisher members reached
MILESTONES
ACHIEVED
May 2015
Partnership FBF
Investment and Commercial Agreement with
MILESTONES
ACHIEVED
August 2015
500 publisher members reached
Future is bright
Visibility
Make international publishers aware of your brand and titles.
Revenue
Increase sales through new business leads.
value
Realise and maximise the value of your assets.
Opportunity
Bring publishers and sales to your doorstep.
Conversion
Our technology will help you convert more opportunities into business.
If you don’t have a rights team and haven’t sold rights before then use IPR License to promote and market your titles and gain that all important global reach and visibility.
If you have a rights team/set of agents, use IPR License to work as a solution to create additional business and revenue stream.
We are a low risk, low cost investment against a high level of service and potential high returns.
Technology and virtual sales will close the gap in the market and will increase sales.
We can create more leads and opportunities which will increase your rights and licensing revenue stream.
Frankfurt Book Fair
New revenues
Unexplored opportunities
Real global reach
If you’re searching for rights to buy
If you have rights to sell
IPR License for all publishers
Small trade — no rights department:
Small US publisher, had never completed a rights deal before, within three months of membership secured a five-figure translation deal with a major German publisher.
STM publisher
Niche publisher sells Turkish rights in a five book deal worth at the same time as selling the Chinese rights. They have received a quadruple return on their investment in the first year.
Sold rights to a title which was published ten years ago in their backlist catalogue and received a four-figure sum for Polish rights within the first three months of membership.
Academic publisher with a small rights team:
Major academic publisher wanted to break into Chinese market and completed two deals with Chinese publishers within first year of membership.
Unpublished author:
Self-published author looking for a traditional publishing deal, secured a seven-book deal with Pan Macmillan.
Audio deals:
Over 150% growth in audio and large print deals for several publishers within one year of membership.
February 2013
Global status achieved
September 2015
Platform viewed in 171 countries and 132 languages since January

Service widened
Over 100 publisher members with rights reached


BUILDING
MOMENUTUM
Account setup
Receiving an offer
500
171
132
50,000
Subscribers
Members
Countries
Languages
Account setup in minutes
Title search in seconds
Offers made and received in minutes
3 steps to a global market
Add scale and reach your business
Annual fee
Commission
Including
Account
support
IPR License
charges an annual membership
fee, based on
company revenue.
And a 15% commission on all deals completed via the platform.
All users and rights listed, plus the support of an Account Manager, Transactions Manager and on and off site merchandising.
Including titles in Global Bulletins which are sent to over 50,000 publishers in over
90 countries.
IPR License currently covers
Account management and transaction support
Dedicated publisher rights shop
Inclusion in new members in next issue of IPR Rights Magazine
No guaranteed onsite merchandising but can submit titles for inclusion
Cap on users and titles
All of Silver plus…
Offsite merchandising, includes titles in Global Bulletins and external newsletters such as with Publishers Weekly and other partners
Company profile in IPR Rights Magazine for next available book fair
Onsite merchandising, includes spotlight titles on search page and in selections such as recently added and hot titles
No cap on titles, cap on users

All of Gold plus…
Links to shop via IPR’s partner network
Offsite merchandising - titles in Global Bulletins, external newsletters - Publishers Weekly and partners
Headline new member announcement
Company profile and full page ad in IPR Rights Magazine for next book fair
Onsite merchandising, Co. and title promotion on IPR License homepage, spotlight titles on search page and selections - recently added and hot titles
Banner advertising for 2 weeks on a month of your choice. No cap on titles or users
Fees
3 Simple Packages
Service Packages
CCC
FBF
IPR
FBF
CG
FBF
We have partner offices in Germany, Brazil, US, China, Russia, and India.
2012 onwards
How it all works
Trade publisher -backlist sales:

What do our amazing users think?
The marketplace for publishers to trade rights globally
Benefits
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