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'How - and to whom - do publishers market books as part of a series? Bec Kavanagh spoke to Hardie Grant Egmont and Scholastic about their approach to creating buzz that transforms into longevity.' (Introduction)

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    y separately published work icon Books + Publishing vol. 99 no. 4 October 2019 18082148 2019 periodical issue

    ‘Giving booksellers what they want is the future.’ Or so says Hachette Australia sales director Daniel Pilkington, who spoke with Brad Jefferies about how publishers need to improve the supply of timely, accurate stock data to booksellers. Hachette has spent two years developing its Next Stock Date system to try and do just that, and, in a spirit of industry collaboration, has promised to share what it found with other publishers. The upcoming Christmas season will be the first real test for the improved algorithm.' (Sarah Farquharson, Editorial introduction)

    2019
    pg. 12-14 Section: Junior
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