Ingram Book Group
NASHVILLE, Tenn.—October 14, 2015—Publishers can reach readers around the world and easily build a comprehensive global distribution strategy with Ingram Content Group’s newest Global Connect relationships in China, India and Italy through Lightning Source Inc. “We’ve expanded our Global Connect program to include print opportunities in China, India and Italy,” said David Taylor, Senior Vice…
NASHVILLE, TN—September 14, 2015—Ingram Publisher Services Inc., an Ingram Content Group company, today announced the addition of five new publisher clients: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, Books & Books Press, Made for Success Publishing, Waterhouse Press and Hoffman Media. "We are pleased to welcome Wilfrid Laurier University Press, Books & Books Press, Made for Success, Waterhouse…
The Perseus Books Group, a large independent publisher, is up for sale again. The company announced on Wednesday that it had hired the investment banking firm Greenhill & Company to advise it on a possible sale, after receiving multiple inquiries from potential buyers.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Today, Ingram Content Group announced the launch of its new accelerator program, 1440, named for the year Johannes Gutenberg perfected his printing press technology. Built on the belief that publishing innovation has the power to change the world, 1440 aims to find and accelerate startups creating the next breakthrough innovations in the publishing industry.
Online college textbook rental company Chegg is getting out of textbook ownership to stay in the textbook rental business.
Chegg, which competes with Amazon on physical textbook rentals but preceded Amazon into the rental market by several years, has cut a deal with Ingram Content Group. Ingram, a well-known book distributor, will take over responsibility for buying, warehousing and shipping the physical textbooks, with the phase-in beginning May 1 and complete by the end of 2015. Chegg will continue to market its textbook rental service, but essentially Ingram will handle all actual textbook purchases and fulfillment.
Ingram Content Group Inc., today announced the expansion of titles available to libraries and their patrons through its MyiLibrary® e-book platform, offered through Ingram's Coutts Information Services Inc., with the addition of a wide range of bestselling content from leading publishers.
Bookmate, the subscription based social e-reading service, has today announced the expansion of its English language ebook section following a surge of deals with leading ebook aggregator ePubDirect including the content of ProfileBooks, Ingram, Diversion Books, Head of Zeus, Legend Press and Casemate.
New competitively priced Trade Books and a collaboration with Ingram across 39,000 locations empower indie authors to drive new revenue across global markets
Ingram Content Group Inc. today announced it has enhanced the patron-driven acquisition (PDA) tools available for e-books on its OASIS® platform for academic libraries.
Brian Dauphin, Senior Vice President of Ingram Content Group, will become the company's Chief Financial Officer on July 1, reporting to CEO John R. Ingram. Mr. Dauphin will succeed Frank A. Kerrigan, who has served as Ingram's CFO since 1996. Mr. Kerrigan has announced his intent to retire next year. Effective July 1, he will become Senior Vice President, for a transition period.