David Eagle, Digital Services and IT Manager at NBNi, has been nominated for Digital Achiever of the year by The Bookseller's Futurebook.
Online PR News – 15-October-2015 – Frankfurt, Germany – David Eagle, Digital Services and IT Manager of Plymouth-based distributor NBN International, has been shortlisted for a Digital Achiever of the Year award by The Bookseller's Futurebook Awards. The shortlist was announced at the Frankfurt Book Fair 2015 on October 15th.
David's nomination comes as a result of his work on the NBNi Fusion project. Fusion is a global ebook sales and distribution service providing consolidated access to the digital market. Through a single online log-in, it allows publishers in the UK, Europe and the US to sell ebooks quickly and painlessly to multiple trade vendors and direct to end-customers.
In particular David has championed ebooks from within a traditionally print business, making digital accessible to both publishers and customers in a way they may not have previously thought possible.
The award ceremony will be held on December 4th at The Mermaid Theatre in London. The full shortlist is:
Digital Achiever of the Year
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Anna Jean Hughes, co-founder and editorial director, The Pigeonhole
Crystal Mahey-Morgan, digital publisher and founder, OwnIt
Matt Haslum, consumer marketing director, Faber & Faber
Anna Lewis, founder, Valobox
David Eagle, digital services & IT manager, NBN International
Laura Cremer, digital manager, Octopus Publishing Group
Emily Labram, product manager, HarperCollins
Emma Barnes, founder, Bibliocloud
George Burgess, founder, Gojimo