ABA member stores should be on the lookout for an e-mail arriving on Thursday, May 26, that will include introductory information about the ABACUS-15 survey; instructions and FAQs; and links to the secure, online ABACUS submission form.
While today is the deadline for ABACUS-14, bookstores that begin their submissions today — or that have not yet finished submitting their store’s information — will have until midnight (Pacific) on Tuesday, July 7, to finalize their submissions.
ABA will award the Avin Mark Domnitz Scholarship to attend Winter Institute 11 to the owner or an employee of a bookstore that submits its 2014 financial data to the ABACUS-14 survey before the July 1 deadline.
This week, Dan Cullen, ABA’s senior strategy officer, urged booksellers to participate in the ABACUS-14 survey of bookstore finances, a unique data source and analytic tool for indie bookstores. The deadline for submissions is July 1.
ABA main store members received an e-mail from the National Association of College Stores’ OnCampus Research on Tuesday, June 2, with instructions for participating in ABACUS-14 and links to the secure, online ABACUS submission form.
ABA member bookstores still have time to submit their stores’ financial data to ABACUS-13 and apply for the Avin Mark Domnitz Scholarship to Winter Institute 10. The deadline for submissions is midnight Eastern Time on Friday, August 15.
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to receive a customized report analyzing your store’s financial results as well as a chance to win the Avin Mark Domnitz Scholarship to Winter Institute 10: Submit your business’ 2013 financial data to the ABACUS-13 survey by next Thursday, July 31.
ABA will again award the Avin Mark Domnitz Scholarship to attend the ABA Winter Institute to the owner or an employee of a bookstore that submits its financial data to the ABACUS Survey. The deadline for submissions to ABACUS-13 is July 31.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to receive a customized report analyzing your store’s financial results and comparing them to other stores based on multiple criteria, including sales level, store size, and community type.
ABA main store members should be on the lookout for an e-mail arriving at the beginning of next week from the National Association of College Stores’ OnCampus Research with instructions for participating in ABACUS-13.
The American Booksellers Association, a national not-for-profit trade organization, works with booksellers and industry partners to ensure the success and profitability of independently owned book retailers, and to assist in expanding the community of the book.
Independent bookstores act as community anchors; they serve a unique role in promoting the open exchange of ideas, enriching the cultural life of communities, and creating economically vibrant neighborhoods.