Ingram Book Group
Ingram Publisher Services Inc., an Ingram Content Group Company, today announced agreements with four new publishers.
(Press Release) David "Skip" Prichard, President and CEO of Ingram Content Group, will offer his unique view of the future of books and the publishing world at the 27th annual IBPA Publishing University, to be held in New York City prior to BEA at the Javits Center on May 22-23.
(Press Release) The Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA) today announced a new program for IBPA member publishers.
The book chain Borders entered 2011 on an unsteady note, telling major publishers last week that it would delay payments owed to them, and stoking fears that it would not be able to recover from declining sales.
Sales at Borders have fallen and it has delayed paying publishers.
On Monday, Borders executives said they would discuss the company’s plans with publishers at hastily arranged meetings in New York later this week.
Ingram Content Group Inc. and Springer announced a new integrated distribution services model that combines traditional physical book fulfillment with single-copy print-on-demand solutions for Springer’s entire Americas publishing program.
A new distribution services model will integrate Ingram Content Group Inc.'s print on demand (POD) and fulfillment capability with Macmillan's publishing program.
Amidst all the doom and gloom of the book publishing industry, the CEO of Ingram Book Company, Skip Prichard, says books of all sorts are here to stay and we should embrace the change—and keep on reading.
It used to be straightforward. A publisher sent out a catalog of new releases, promoting certain titles to bookstores. Marketing proceeded through fixed channels and seasonal rituals, and, year after year, everyone knew their place in the dance. Not so anymore.