Michael Healy

Michael Healy
Executive Director, Book Industry Study Group

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Michael Healy is the Executive Director of the Book Industry Study
Group (BISG), a non-profit membership body established in New York
more than thirty years ago to improve the efficiency of the book
industry through standards, research and information.

Michael has 25 years experience in the book industry, and before
joining BISG in 2006 he spent seven years as Editorial Director of
Nielsen Book Services, a leading supplier of information, transaction
and market measurement services to the international book industry.

For much his career Michael has been involved in the development and
management of standards for the book industry and its supply chain,
with particular focus on standards for product identification,
metadata and electronic commerce. He has been Chairman of the
International ISBN Agency and a director of Book Industry
Communication and the International DOI Foundation.

Sessions

General
Location: Broadway South (6th Floor)
Michael Healy (Book Industry Study Group), Andrew Van Der Laan (Random House, Inc.), Kevin Spall (Thomson Shore)
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Sponsorship Opportunities

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