Noah Genner

CEO & President, BookNet Canada

Noah Genner has an extensive background in independent bookselling, software, and business development. As the leader of BookNet Canada he orchestrates a skilled team of technical, policy-oriented, and client-focused staff to provide new data management services and supply-chain initiatives to the Canadian publishing, library, and book retail sectors.

Before working at BookNet Canada, Noah ran his own technology and software development consulting business, servicing a wide range of clients including book publishers and printers. Prior to that, Noah was Director of Software Development for consumer market research leader Compusense where he oversaw the development of a variety of software services used by numerous Fortune 500 companies worldwide.

Noah serves on the Board of Directors of the Book Industry Study Group, eBOUND Canada, Livres Canada Books, and EDItEUR.

Headshot by Yvonne Bambrick in front of Gordon Rayner’s 1968 painting “Colour Swirl.”

Noah's Sessions

State of the Publishing Nation 2018

Auditorium Rooms A, B & C
Everything you could possibly want to know about Canadian publishers, booksellers, and readers in 2018. There will be charts.
TF: New from BookNet TF: Research

How We Read Digitally: 2018 ebookcraft research study

Auditorium Rooms B & C
Join us on a journey into the thoughts, feelings, and habits of the ebook reader. From preferences for devices and ebook providers to how they use search tools and accessibility features, we asked, they answered, and now we’re sharing those findings with you. If you’ve ever wanted to know more about the people you design […]
EBC: End Users' Perspective