“Book candy for readers, data candy for publishers”

 Andrew is the founder of Jellybooks, a London based publishing technology company established in 2011. Jellybooks provides audience insights, reading applications, and workflow automation tools to publishers and booksellers. Its clients include many of the leading trade and academic publishers including Penguin Random House, Harper Collins, Pan Macmillan, and Cambridge University Press.

Andrew is an alumnus of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the University of Innsbruck. Andrew considers himself to be a European, having been born in Denmark, grown up in Austria, studied in Austria, Italy and the US, worked in the Netherlands, and now living in London.

Luis González. Director General at Fundación Germán Sánchez Ruipérez (FGSR). After a degree in Law was selected for the Senior Administrators Corp (Spanish National Administration) and worked in several Ministries at senior posts. As a civil servant also was member of the Board of Directors at Enresa, the JET Steering Committee and was awarded with the Cruz Distinguida de San Raimundo de Peñafort. During his period at the Ministry of Culture designed and directed the National Reading Promotion Plan (2001/4). At FGSR he launched several projects as Readmagine, Renodo o Casa del Lector, Lecturalab, Canal Lector, Lectyo o Lectylab and participated in EU projects (Tisp, Redes1234, Aldus Up, Sidt). Luis is a member of the Steering Committee and the board of Directors of the Spanish Association of Foundations.