a big boost for literary projects

« Whether it is the opening of a bookstore, a publishing project, or the organization of an event, Ulule has amply demonstrated how strong its connection with books is. ActuaLitté will bring as much influence as possible to these initiatives, so that they resonate with the public. “, assures Nicolas Gary, director and co-founder of ActuaLitté.

Each month, a selection of collections will be the subject of a focus in the columns of the media, founded in February 2008. This initiative will provide increased visibility to authors, publishers and creators of literary content seeking financial support to realize their projects. Subsequently, project leaders will have direct access to a space where they can present their initiative directly to the site’s readership.

ActuaLitté readers will benefit from privileged access to original literary projects. They will thus be able to discover promising works in advance and contribute to their realization.

Alexandre Boucherot, co-founder and president of Ulule, adds: “ Supporting creators is our job at Ulule. The recent period has been difficult for the world of books. We must therefore redouble our efforts to best support the projects of publishers, booksellers and authors. This alliance with ActuaLitté will allow us to go much further to share and disseminate the thousands of projects that make up the vitality of the sector. »

This partnership is part of an approach to support book industry players in France. It aims to encourage the emergence of new voices in the French publishing landscape, regardless of their choice to express themselves.

Both companies express their enthusiasm for this collaboration. They see it as an opportunity to boost the book sector and encourage editorial innovation.

About ActuaLitté:

Founded in February 2008, ActuaLitté is the leading French-language media on books and reading. With more than 1.3 million readers each month, it is aimed at both professionals and the general public.

About Ulule:

A historic player in crowdfunding, Ulule now supports changemakers through its three businesses: training, crowdfunding and the distribution of responsible brands. Its mission: to give wings to those who act for a more sustainable and creative world. Since 2010, Ulule has brought out more than 45,000 projects and raised more than 280 million euros. Ulule is also one of the first 25 companies to have been certified B Corp, in 2015.



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