Book Printing
Course

shaping book printing to business

Over the past fifteen years, publishing markets have been redefined by simultaneous trends related to electronic delivery of content. In the past five years, smartphones, e-book readers, and tablet computers have changed the way that many readers consume content. Traditional “bricks and mortar” bookstores—whether large retail sites or small independents—have encountered fierce competition from Internet retailers like Amazon.com. The landscape has changed, and agile print service providers have an opportunity to benefit from these developments by producing a range of bound documents, including books, calendars, magazines, and photo albums.

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Over the past fifteen years, publishing markets have been redefined by simultaneous trends related to electronic delivery of content. In the past five years, smartphones, e-book readers, and tablet computers have changed the way that many readers consume content. Traditional “bricks and mortar” bookstores—whether large retail sites or small independents—have encountered fierce competition from Internet retailers like Amazon.com.

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Book Printing
Course

shaping book printing to business

Over the past fifteen years, publishing markets have been redefined by simultaneous trends related to electronic delivery of content. In the past five years, smartphones, e-book readers, and tablet computers have changed the way that many readers consume content. Traditional “bricks and mortar” bookstores—whether large retail sites or small independents—have encountered fierce competition from Internet retailers like Amazon.com. The landscape has changed, and agile print service providers have an opportunity to benefit from these developments by producing a range of bound documents, including books, calendars, magazines, and photo albums.

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    4 Lessons

    Over the past fifteen years, publishing markets have been redefined by simultaneous trends related to electronic delivery of content. In the past five years, smartphones, e-book readers, and tablet computers have changed the way that many readers consume content. Traditional “bricks and mortar” bookstores—whether large retail sites or small independents—have encountered fierce competition from Internet retailers like Amazon.com.

    Book Printing
    Course

    shaping book printing to business

    Over the past fifteen years, publishing markets have been redefined by simultaneous trends related to electronic delivery of content. In the past five years, smartphones, e-book readers, and tablet computers have changed the way that many readers consume content. Traditional “bricks and mortar” bookstores—whether large retail sites or small independents—have encountered fierce competition from Internet retailers like Amazon.com. The landscape has changed, and agile print service providers have an opportunity to benefit from these developments by producing a range of bound documents, including books, calendars, magazines, and photo albums.

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      4 Lessons

      Over the past fifteen years, publishing markets have been redefined by simultaneous trends related to electronic delivery of content. In the past five years, smartphones, e-book readers, and tablet computers have changed the way that many readers consume content. Traditional “bricks and mortar” bookstores—whether large retail sites or small independents—have encountered fierce competition from Internet retailers like Amazon.com.

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      shaping book printing to business

      Over the past fifteen years, publishing markets have been redefined by simultaneous trends related to electronic delivery of content. In the past five years, smartphones, e-book readers, and tablet computers have changed the way that many readers consume content. Traditional “bricks and mortar” bookstores—whether large retail sites or small independents—have encountered fierce competition from Internet retailers like Amazon.com. The landscape has changed, and agile print service providers have an opportunity to benefit from these developments by producing a range of bound documents, including books, calendars, magazines, and photo albums.

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        4 Lessons

        Over the past fifteen years, publishing markets have been redefined by simultaneous trends related to electronic delivery of content. In the past five years, smartphones, e-book readers, and tablet computers have changed the way that many readers consume content. Traditional “bricks and mortar” bookstores—whether large retail sites or small independents—have encountered fierce competition from Internet retailers like Amazon.com.