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Executive Directory Of Book Retailers

Executive Director of Book Retailers allow you to target individuals that operate and manage different type of book stores. Many book retailers sell much more then books. Often they are considered destinations to lounge, read, relax, drink coffee, or listen to music. Bookstores may be part of a chain or a local independently owned store.

SEGMENTS SELECTS

33,788 Total Universe / Universe Rate $105.00/M
Email Addresses $275.00/M

DESCRIPTION

Executive Director of Book Retailers allow you to target individuals that operate and manage different type of book stores. Many book retailers sell much more then books. Often they are considered destinations to lounge, read, relax, drink coffee, or listen to music. Bookstores may be part of a chain or a local independently owned store.

 

 

Bookstores can range in size offering from several hundred to several hundred thousands of titles. They may be brick-and-mortar stores or internet only stores or a combination of both. Sizes for the larger bookstores exceed half a million titles. Bookstores often sell other printed matter besides books, such as newspapers, magazines and maps; additional product lines may vary enormously, particularly among independent bookstores. Colleges and universities often have their own student bookstore on campus that focuses on providing course textbooks and scholarly books, although some on-campus bookstores are owned by large chains. Another common type of bookstore is the used bookstore or second-hand bookshop which buys and sells used and out-of-print books in a variety of conditions. A range of titles are available in used bookstores, including in print and out of print books. Book collectors tend to frequent used book stores.

 

 

Books stores sell any type of book such as non-fiction, fiction, biography, true crime, reference books, business, children’s, and religious. Book stores can sell not only books, but bookmarks, book ends, planners, journals, diaries, small novelty gifts, bags, toys, stuffed animals, candy, and magazines.

 

 

There are no prescribed qualifications for bookselling. Different employers look for different things. One shop may rarely employ non-graduates, another may prefer to take people straight from school, a third - because of the type of books it sells - may look for a strong religious commitment. In a small, owner-managed bookshop, a congenial personality that fits in comfortably with that of the boss and the rest of the staff may be rated more highly than almost anything else.

 

The minimum educational qualifications typically looked for are passes in English and Mathematics at GCSE or equivalent. A number of bookshop employers expect A-Level passes too; the level of the qualification rather than the particular subjects is what matters. Increasingly many of the larger bookshops are looking for people with university degrees - again, all subjects are equally welcome. In a general bookshop, the broader and more thorough your educational background, the more you will commend yourself as someone able to cope with the diversity of books and customers which characterizes the trade. In a bookshop with a subject specialty - for example, medical and nursing books or foreign language books - a relevant subject qualification would of course be an added commendation.

 

 

Book stores purchase address books, appointment books, banners, bathroom cleaning supplies, book carts, book ends, book marks, book shelves, book lights, books, calendars, cash registers, cd’s, chairs, children’s toys, children’s tables and chairs, coffee supplies, computers, couches, dusting supplies, DVD’s, gift bags, gift card’s, gift wrap, greeting card’s, key chains, kliff notes, ladders, lighting, magazines, mice and mice pads, newspapers, office supplies, pencils, pens, posters, printers, reference books, register tape, safes, security camera’s, security device s for entrance/exits, shopping bags, signage, stationary, stuffed animals, tables, vacuums, window cleaners.

 

Industry Selections:

Foreign Books

Religious Books

Children’s Books

College Book Stores

Comic Books

Secondhand Books

Manuscripts

Rare Books

 

 

Titles:

Owner

Partner

President

Manager

Vice President

Chief Executive Officer

Executive Director

Human Resources

Personnel

 

 

ORDERING INSTRUCTIONS

 

Bus/Industry Type $10.00/M
Gender/Sex $10.00/M
Geo/Geographical $10.00/M
Job Function/Title $10.00/M
Max per Company/Sites $10.00/M
Number of Employees $10.00/M
Phone Number $50.00/M
Sales Volume $10.00/M
Type of Ownership $10.00/M

ADDRESSING

A/B SPLIT $100.00/F
CD ROM $75.00/F
DISKETTE $75.00/F
EMAIL $75.00/F
Suppression $150.00/F
Transmission $150.00/M