Rustam Gilfanov: Lucky Labs’ book was presented at the largest book fair in the world
At the Ukrainian exhibition booth at the Frankfurt Book Fair, visitors from all over the world could learn about a new book of the publishing project of Lucky Labs, “Short History of Technology, or How to Understand Your Gadget.”
Kyiv, Ukraine (PRUnderground) October 25th, 2019
The Frankfurt Book Fair is the largest book fair in the world with more than 285,000 visitors and 7,000 exhibitors visiting it every year.
The Ukrainian exhibition booth hosted 28 publishers and almost 5,000 books. A special place in the booth was given to three stands with catalogues from Ukrainian Book Institute: modern Ukrainian fiction literature, poetry, and children’s literature. One of the books in the catalogue of children’s books was “Short History of Technology, or How to Understand Your Gadget” by Andrei Tuzhikov. According to the co-founder of the company Rustam Gilfanov, the book was published by the publishing project of Lucky Labs IT company.
“We are pleased that readers like the books published by LuckyBooks. “Short History of Technology” was noted in Ukraine when it was enlisted to the public procurements for Ukrainian libraries. And today, we have a great opportunity to show it to lit crits, journalists, and readers from all around the world,” says Gilfanov.
Yulia Laktionova, head of the public relations department of Ukrainian Book Institute, says: “Our exhibition stands have high-quality books. We are glad that the book list has not only books of large, but also small publishers. People who came closer to the stands and took any of our catalogues into their hands, couldn’t leave it anymore.”
The exhibition in Frankfurt lasts 5 days. The first three days are restricted to the professional community, while two other days are for everyone. The guests of the Ukrainian program were Oleg Sentsov, Yuri Andrukhovich, Sergey Zhadan and Irena Karpa. The Book Fair also hosted world-famous participants, such as the Booker Prize winner Margaret Atwood and the 2019 Nobel Prize winner in literature Olga Tkachuk.
About Lucky Labs
Lucky Labs develops software products for marketing, gaming and financial industries. The company\\’s portfolio includes more than 100 mobile and desktop applications. The company sells its products on the western market and in the Asian countries. Today, 950 people work in the Ukrainian offices of Lucky Labs. According to DOU rating, Lucky Labs is also among the 20 largest Ukrainian IT companies.