Tagged with PubEasy

News Roundup: The Good News on Friday Edition

NO DOUBT there are many more good news stories kicking around out there waiting to be told, but today, three will suffice… By Royal Appointment, Booksellers to the Queen… CLC Wholesale join PubEasy – Official Announcement SPCK Shortlisted for IPG Specialist Consumer Publisher of the Year Award Update, 10/3/2011: Follow on report from the team … Continue reading

CLC Wholesale to join PubEasy

CLC WHOLESALE have now advised the way forward for their much-anticipated online trade ordering service: via PubEasy.com, bringing them into the same network as Bookpoint, HarperCollins, Marston Book Services, Norwich Books & Music and Wiley-Blackwell, to name just a few of the other trade distributors and publishers using the service. The actual launch date has … Continue reading

PubEasy Service knocked out by Storm in NE USA

Update, 3pm, 02/11/2010: Service has now been resumed (h/t Andy Rigby & John Duncan). Brief report at Publishers Weekly: Bowker Back Online After Nor’easter Causes Outage Update, 01/11/2010: As noted in the comments by Luke Hughes-Bunger, the issue is with the PubEasy server, not the suppliers themselves. Orders placed by other channels (email, fax, telephone or … Continue reading

Service, promotion and commitment: IVP’s new trade partnership scheme

IVP’s latest trade bulletin, e-Bookmark, introduces their updated trade partnership scheme, launched at the Christian Resources Together Retailers and Suppliers Retreat earlier this month, along with details of several new promotions and new/forthcoming titles. The buzzwords for the new scheme are service, promotion and commitment, and from my perspective as a retailer I have to … Continue reading

A Plea to CLC Wholesale

Great to see your full page ad in the latest issue of Christian Marketplace; and great to know you’re there. But even better if you made your stock catalogue available online, please. There’s no need to reinvent the wheel: we don’t need another debacle like STL’s SAP implementation. Instead, please sign up to PubEasy: PubEasy … Continue reading