Tagged with Clem Jackson

Together e-News #1: out now!

Together e-News #1: out now!

CONGRATULATIONS ONCE AGAIN to Clem Jackson, Steve & Mandy Briars and Eddie Olliffe on bringing us the first e-news update on the new Christian trade magazine, Together. Introducing the newsletter, Clem writes: IT’S NICE TO SEE YOU… And you all know the rest of the line! But it is nice to be back with a … Continue reading

All Change at Christian Marketplace

If you’re one of the fortunate few that have been able to gather at High Leigh for the Christian Resources Together Retailers and Suppliers Retreat running today and tomorrow, you’ll have the opportunity to register your shop in person for the all-new bright and shiny bi-monthly Christian Marketplace catalogue that’s set to replace the current … Continue reading

Living Oasis: 20 Shops, Meetings and Openings (Updated)

Updated 11.30am, 5th March, 2010 Courtesy of Clem Jackson’s interview with Ray George of Nationwide Christian Trust in this month’s Christian Marketplace, we now have the definitive list of shops that Living Oasis have in their sights: We now have 20 shops in our portfolio: Aberdeen, Bedford, Belfast, Cheltenham, Chester, Croydon, Edinburgh, Harrogate, Harrow, Inverness, … Continue reading

Church Times Blog: New Living Oasis Christian bookshops to be ‘three times the size’ of former Wesley Owen shops

My thanks to Dave Walker for permission to cross-post the following from the Church Times Blog, a superb summary of reportage in this month’s Christian Marketplace. Scroll to the end for my own comments and concluding reflections. Clem Jackson from Christian Marketplace magazine has been busy talking to everyone involved in the events following the demise … Continue reading

Day of Prayer: 26th March 2010

Cross-posted from Christian Marketplace: Following the success of the first Day of Prayer last September, it is proposed to hold a second Day of Prayer for the UK Christian trade on Friday 26th March 2010. The plan is for all parts of the Christian media industry, retailers, suppliers, distributors and customers, to gather together on … Continue reading

Shack Attack 2 – and the web is where it’s at!

All of us bloggers already know that the web is where it’s at, of course: that’s why we’re here; but I confess that I found it rather satisfying to see that view independently confirmed in today’s Bookseller: A recent study of 5,000 internet users by PR company Fleishman-Hillard suggests the internet has eight times the … Continue reading