Discovery Books GmbH was founded in Graz early 2017 by three business partners. The range of services includes the development and distribution of interactive children’s books. The planned book series “Pauli & Friends” is the first of several series to be designed and developed according to the multi discovery-level concept. This concept offers educational products that build on children’s natural urge to discover. They enable interaction between parents and children, allowing them to share the fascination of books and their stories. The desire to read and discover can and should be stimulated and encouraged in even the youngest children.
Marco Paul, MSc
co-founder, conceptual & process design / B2B
Marco is no stranger to the toy industry and can refer to ten years of experience in setting up an international toy company.
Phone: +43 676 7828211
Thomas Tschebul, MSc
co-founder, social media specialist / B2C
Thomas founded his first company with the age of 19. Meanwhile, brand management and social media marketing are among his core competences.
Dipl. Ing. Nelson Langkamp
software engineering specialist
Nelson runs his own company and has many years of experience in virtual reality, especially in the field of augmented reality.
marketing & concept manager
Michael can point to nearly 20 years of marketing experience. He works for a large Austrian company group and runs also his own marketing agency.
Paulo, originally from Brazil, lives in Vienna and is focused on illustrating children´s books. He has been involved in this project from the early beginning.
Discovery Books GmbH
8020 Graz – Österreich
Company Register-No.: 468709d
Commercial-Court: Graz, Austria (EU)
Membership: Chamber of Commerce Styria
ÖNACE: J 62.09-0 Erbringung von sonstigen Dienstleistungen der Informationstechnologie
Business Purpose: Providing automatic data processing and information technology services
End consumers have the option of complaining to the above e-mail address or to the EU’s online dispute resolution platform: http://ec.europa.eu/odr