ABA’s schedule of 10 spring Booksellers Forums will come to an end on April 28 and 29 with events in Washington, D.C., and Cambridge, Massachusetts, respectively. The programs are free and open to ABA members and non-members alike.
ABA is inviting booksellers to three Booksellers Forums to be held on the West Coast from April 7 to 12: in Lake Forest Park, Washington, on April 7; in North Hollywood, California, on April 9; and in San Francisco, California, on April 12.
Booksellers are invited to ABA Booksellers Forums next week in Fort Collins, Colorado; Ann Arbor, Michigan; and Spring Green, Wisconsin. Each will feature an open forum discussion of industry issues and the new ABA education session “Exploring New Markets.”
Booksellers are invited to join American Booksellers Association CEO Oren Teicher and Senior Program Officer Joy Dallanegra-Sanger at an ABA Spring Forum in Omaha, Nebraska, on Wednesday, March 11, or Atlanta, Georgia, on Thursday, March 12.
Booksellers are invited to take a look at the many conversations happening in BookWeb’s Bookseller Forums, where members go to discuss topics ranging from social media best practices to IndieCommerce to plans for the upcoming Winter Institute.
The organizers of BookExpo America and BookCon are inviting booksellers from the NAIBA region to a preshow meeting with Steve Rosato and Brien McDonald, to be held in conjunction with the Booksellers Forum on Tuesday, April 29, at ABA’s office.
The Spring Forum schedule wraps up with programs at ABA’s office in White Plains, New York, on Tuesday, April 29, and at the New England Independent Booksellers Association’s All About the Books! in Boston, Massachusetts, on Wednesday, April 30.
The Spring Forum schedule wraps up with programs at ABA’s office in White Plains, New York, on April 29 and at NEIBA’s All About the Books! in Boston, Massachusetts, on April 30. The forums are free and open to ABA members and non-members alike.
More than 200 current and prospective booksellers have enjoyed conversation and education at the six regional Spring Booksellers Forums held this month. The schedule continues next week with three forums on the West Coast.
ABA’s Spring Forum schedule will continue with three programs between March 26 and March 30 for booksellers and prospective booksellers in the Southern California, Northern California, and Pacific Northwest regions.
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