We switched to Frankfurt Rights 9 months ago and are thrilled about the reduced workload. The customers accepted the transition very well, the contracts can be closed easily and quickly, and we have more time for other projects. In fact, it was great that we switched to Frankfurt Rights last year, since I am currently not in the office and wouldn’t be able to send the permissions out on paper. With IPR, however, it works flawlessly. Overall, the change was more than worth it and we spend considerably less time issuing permissions than before.
Loewe Verlag was founded in 1863 by Ferdinand Loewe. In 1965, the Loewe Verlag acquired its current shape, which has allowed it to become one of the largest and most successful publishers of books for children and young people in the German-speaking area. Loewe seeks to provide quality books that enrich the lives of children and young people. The aim is to encourage children to read and improve their reading skills.
“Frankfurt Rights helps us to handle the administrative part of the reprint permissions quickly and effectively. Through the platform we quickly receive all the relevant information concerning the inquiry. This saves important time for other foreign rights projects.”
Arena Verlag is one of the major publishing companies for children’s and young adult fiction in Germany. Founded in 1949, its place of business has been Würzburg ever since. Since 1979, Arena Verlag has been a part of the Westermann Publishing Group. The name Arena stands for knowledge and entertainment; for sophisticated, informative, and simultaneously thrilling children’s and young adult fiction. With about 2,000 available titles, Arena Verlag today offers a diverse range for infants, children, and young adults on hand. There’s something to discover for everyone!
"Frankfurt Rights provides an easy to use platform for both sellers and buyers which CABI uses as its main marketplace for selling book rights and has contracted a number of translations of its titles through the platform. This has saved hugely on staff time for a small team, which is a definite plus for us, and the process is pretty straightforward and easy to administer. The Frankfurt Rights team is quick to respond to queries and the platform is a great way to showcase our titles and market them to a wider audience than would have been the case previously. We are happy to recommend Frankfurt Rights for selling book rights."
Knowledge Business Intellectual Property Manager
CABI is an international, inter-governmental, not-for-profit organisation that improves people’s lives worldwide by providing information and applying scientific expertise to solve problems in agriculture and the environment. Our book publishing programme covers the life sciences and sustainable development, contributing to study, practice and professional development, with 6 main subject areas: Agriculture and International Development; Environmental Sciences; Human Sciences; Plant Sciences; Tourism, Hospitality and Leisure; Veterinary and Animal Sciences.
“Without exception, we handle the area of permissions via Frankfurt Rights Instant Permissions. From communication with the licensees to issuing license agreements and generating royalty statements, the licensing portal offers an enormous enrichment in the daily rights trade. The intuitive and constantly evolving user interface greatly simplifies rights handling for both sides. We will intensify our work with the portal and create an even broader range of services on IPR.”
Manager Rights & Licenses
The name Carl Hanser stands for a publishing house with a variety that is second to none. The range spans from picture books, children’s and young adult literature to contemporary literature from all regions of the world. This literary program is complemented by classic literature from international authors and nonfiction books that impart knowledge and initiate discussions.
“IPR allow us to simplify and standardize how we process reprint requests. Our customers can purchase licenses without waiting for confirmation from us, and we can concentrate on more complex special cases, which are often more interesting. This is how licensees and licensors profit from the opportunities that Frankfurt Rights’s automated permissions tools offer.”
Rights & Licenses
Paul Zsolnay Verlag, founded in 1924 in Vienna by Paul Zsolnay, publishes international and German-language literature, classics and collected works, literary crime novels, and a wide palette of humanities and political nonfiction books. The backlist includes Henning Mankell, Ruth Klüger, Graham Greene, Daniel Glattauer, Leo Perutz, Ivo Andric and John Steinbeck. Since 1996, Paul Zsolnay Verlag has been part of the Carl Hanser Group. In 2004, Zsolnay acquired Deuticke Verlag, which was founded in Vienna in 1878.