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28 March 2017    |   Edition: 252


Dear Readers

Greeting from German Book Office New Delhi!
With this edition of the newsletter we would like to bring to your notice that we have moved offices (the new address and the phone numbers are mentioned below) and we are holding a small Meet & Greet at our new office to welcome all those who would like to come visit us to get to know us better. 

Best Wishes
Team GBO New Delhi

GBO New Delhi has moved to a new address


We have a new address! German Book Office New Delhi has moved it's premises to a new office in Nehru Place, New Delhi.
For any future correspondence, you can contact us at:
German Book Office New Delhi
Avanta Business Centre, 2nd floor
International Trade Tower, Block-E
Nehru Place 110019
t- 01166172441/2/3

Come meet us at our new office: GBO New Delhi Meet & Greet


Do you want to get to know German Book Office New Delhi better? Do you have any questions regarding to our literary translation initiatives? or are you just simply curious about what exactly do we do?
We have created an event especially for you- Meet & Greet @ German Book Office New Delhi
Come to our new office this Thursday March 30, 2017 from 2-4pm! You’ll get the opportunity to ask questions about translation, the Frankfurt Book Fair 2017, our new website and the work of the German Book Office New Delhi!
Have some coffee and some biscuits and get to know the Team GBO and our new office.
  • When- March 30, 2017 from 2-4pm
  • Where-AVANTA Business Centre, International Trade Tower, 2nd Floor, Block - E, Nehru Place, New Delhi 110019
  • Questions- Contact: or call +91 11 66172441
Looking forward to meeting you!


German Book Office New Delhi
A-259 Defence Colony | 2nd Floor | New Delhi 110024 | India
t +91 11 40201100
German Book Office New Delhi is a joint venture between 
the Frankfurt Book Fair and the Federal Foreign Office, Berlin.

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