ABA Education at Publishers Weekly U.S. Book Show

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Date: 
Tuesday, May 24, 2022 12:00 PM EDT
End: 
Tuesday, May 24, 2022 5:00 PM EDT
 
The following sessions will be held in conjunction with Publishers Weekly U.S. Book Show. Register here.
 
2:30 pm to 3:30 pm ET
Curation Through Partnerships with University Presses
Known for cultivating and building solid and symbiotic relationships with bookstores, university presses can be some of the best curation partners you have. Join a panel of booksellers and representatives from university presses as they discuss curation, partnerships, mission, finances, and — oh, yes — favorite titles. 
  • Clancey D'Isa, Seminary Co-op Bookstores (Chicago, IL)
  • Catherine E. Hobbs, Columbia University Press (New York, NY)
  • Gianna LaMorte, University of Texas Press (Austin, TX)
  • Levi Stahl, University of Chicago Press (Chicago, IL)
  • Alyson Turner, Source Booksellers (Detroit, MI) 
 
4:00 pm to 5:00 pm ET
Tech Solutions for Store Operations
Store operations are the necessary procedures that keep your store healthy and functioning. They can also become complicated. You may not be aware that there are a number of low-tech solutions for common problems. In this hour, booksellers will have the opportunity to hear from presenters who will provide affordable, easy-to-use and scalable technology suggestions to help run your business — and your life — more efficiently. This session is for stores of all sizes. 
  • Cindy Dach, Changing Hands Bookstores (Tempe & Phoenix, AZ)
  • Julia Davis, The Book Worm Bookstore (Powder Springs, GA)
  • Nathan Halter, Batch for Books US
  • Kelly Justice, Fountain Bookstore (Richmond, VA) 
 

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