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Why Are Publishers Still Warehousing And Fulfilling Books?

Posted at 11:38AM Thursday 07 Aug 2014

Veteran publishing consultant Bruce Harris advises publishers to get out of warehousing and fulfillment and into their own branded bookstores.

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