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Javier Celaya

Founding partner of

Javier Celaya (Bilbao, 1963) is a founding partner of Since it was set up in March 2004, the aim of has been to encourage publishers, bookstores, libraries, museums, foundations, etc., to use all kinds of technologies and to better understand the implications and benefits resulting from their use. To help cultural managers to understand the times we live in, the team at has published over 100 studies, reports and infographics on the use of new technologies in different areas of the cultural sector.

Celaya is Head of Institutional Relations at the Business Association for Digital Books in Spain (Asociación Empresarial del Libro Digital de España – ASELID) as well as a member of the Management Board of the Spanish Association for the Digital Economy (Asociación Española de la Economía Digital – Adigital). He holds a Master’s degree in International Relations from Columbia University in New York and a degree in Business Management from Boston College.

Update: 1 April 2017



Has participated in

Kosmopolis 2019

10th Amplified Literature Fest

Kosmopolis 2017

9th Amplified Literature Fest

The Library. Imaginary and History of an Idea

Innovation in Libraries

Carme Fenoll (Biblioteques de la Generalitat), Maribel Riaza, Carme Galve (Biblioteca Jaume Fuster) and Albert Díaz (Centre de Documentació del Museu del Disseny de Barcelona). Moderator: Javier Celaya (Dosdoce)

The Book: from Print to Pixel. The State of Play

Javier Celaya (Dosdoce)

Start-ups and Consolidated Publishers. A Necessary Collaboration

Santos Palazzi (Planeta), Blanca Rosa (Roca Editorial), Rosa Sala (Seebook) and Jordi Ingerto (Book Movies). Moderator: Javier Celaya (Dosdoce)