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About Booxilla

Booxilla is a literary enterprise that aims to promote digital Hebrew culture.

Many readers often say - "There's nothing like the smell of a book ..." - There is truth in the saying and a reader can't disconnect from this concept and nostalgia, nor need to. Digital reading is a wonderful addition to a different kind of reading platform. We believe the Hebrew reader is now ready for the digital age of reading and is in search for the convenience this facility can bring.

We strongly believe in the compatibility that the dual possibilities of reading - print and digital - adds to the reading experience, joy and pleasure from good content. We want us all to continue to enjoy the best of both worlds by adding to Hebrew culture the most progressive and convenient textural possibilities.

The digital book market in Israel is still in its infancy, and Hebrew-language digital book readers and content are not satisfactory. We intend to meet these needs by contributing to the availability of good quality and interesting digital books to be accessible on all digital platforms and become a major contributor in building this market.


Entrepreneurs:


Sharon Almog, Editor of literature and language. MA in Hebrew literature, from the publishing program of Ben-Gurion University and a certificate in Editing from Bar Ilan University.


Ilan Boock, Director of projects in information management systems.

BVC Investments and Services Ltd. BVC has invested in start up technologies and provides investment and management services to public and private companies. BVC’s clients include companies in telecommunications, healthcare, media, and financial services.

 

About Boksilo

Booxilla is a literary enterprise that aims to promote digital Hebrew culture.

Many read well and good making the law more than once - "There's nothing like the smell of a book ..." - There is truth and you can not disconnect the cable nostalgia, nor need. Digital reading is a wonderful addition to a total additional means and enjoyable to read content. We believe the Hebrew reader for reading digital means and looking for the convenience far these measures can give.

We believe Du existence between measures of reading - print and digital - only adds to the reading experience joy and pleasure we derive good content. We want to continue to enjoy the best of both worlds and add to Hebrew culture and elaborate further on what that poses the most exciting textural possibilities.

Digital book market in Israel is still in the beginning, and a Hebrew-language digital book readers and accessibility is not satisfactory. We would like to contribute a considerable enrichment of digital books and serve as a major player in building this market.

Why digital read?

  • That could benefit thousands of books in one device small and light, and enjoy a comfortable reading and less cumbersome - whether you are on vacation, airplane, train, or lying on the couch or in bed ... all the books with you.
  • That very many have digital means some might call it - tablets, smart phones and digital readers. Digital platform allows wide freedom publisher - you can also publish short texts - Singles and short stories - no need to collect a very large amount of content as is usually the case in print.
  • That can highlight the text sentences, write notes, increase the font, create bookmarks, share on social networks Favorite Quotes, and look up and network while reading.
  • That the technology end - the end of her full support Hebrew.
  • That could reduce the use of paper and thus contribute to a healthier environment.

World trends

United States is the leader among the countries that have adopted digital books, but the rest of the world follows her. In 2008, the U.S. market share of digital books from the overall book market was only 1%, and only four years later, in 2012, the market share increased to 30% and continues to grow steadily. Categories such as fiction, the digital book market share over 50% already.

Entrepreneurs:

Sharon Coral, editor of literature and language. MA in Hebrew literature, the publishing program of Ben-Gurion University and a certificate from Bar Ilan editing.

Ilan Bock, director of projects in information management systems.

Bi.oi.si. Investment Services Ltd., since its inception in 2001, from Sunset now in start-ups and from provides consulting services to public and private. Understand the customer companies engaged in communications and media, healthcare and financial services.

We wish you full enjoyment a selection of books and stories read by Boksilo!