For those of you unfamiliar with the work of Jemma Birrell, she is renowned in publishing circles for being the driving force that turned the Sydney Writers Festival (SWF) into the biggest literary event in the Southern Hemisphere during her last four years as its Artistic Director. This week, publishing startup Tablo announced that Birrell… Read more »
Melbourne digital publishing startup Tablo has this week announced a partnership with the State Library of Victoria to launch Tablo Communities.
Melbourne-founded cloud publishing and author community platform Tablo yesterday announced the launch of its newest product, Tablo Scholar. It is also perhaps the most important product the company could have created.
Digital publishing platform Tablo has released Tablo Reader, its first iOS and Android app, giving readers access to a vast collection of new books.
Tablo and Pan Macmillan have closed a strategic partnership to discover the next big digital author. But they aren’t the only companies to launch a crowdsourced publishing play this week.
I am going to be bold and say that Tablo, could well be the next Vine or YouTube for writers.
Davies and his startup have just secured a $400,000 seed round from a group of impressive investors. Lead investor Paul Reining, former CEO of the Catch Group (Catch of the Day), joins Tablo as a Director and Advisor. Other investors include Kevin Hale, Partner at Y Combinator, and John Buck, one of Tablo’s most successful authors who reinvested his book’s earnings into the business.