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30 Apr

Missed the Spring Forums? Visit ABA’s Education Curriculum to Catch Up

The PowerPoint presentation from ABA’s Spring Forum education session, “A Year of Bookstore Profitability,” is available now on BookWeb.

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24 Apr

SBA Looks to Streamline Loan Process

The Small Business Administration recently made modifications to its loan programs in an attempt to streamline the process and better facilitate small business lending.

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15 Mar

New in ABA’s Learning on Demand: Hacking Your Bookseller Salary

BookWeb’s Learning on Demand page now features a video of the Winter Institute education session “Hacking Your Bookseller Salary” with Jesse Mecham, author of You Need a Budget.

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12 Mar

Publisher Education Session on Indie Bookstore Financials Rescheduled for March 22

ABA publisher partners and BookExpo exhibitors can still register for the session on the financial state of independent bookstores, which will now be held on March 22.

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09 Mar

New in ABA’s Learning on Demand: First Steps to Financial Peace in Business

BookWeb’s Learning on Demand page now features a video of the Winter Institute education session “First Steps to Financial Peace in Business.”

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09 Mar

Spring Forums Coming Up in SCIBA, NCIBA, and PNBA Regions

The Spring Forums, featuring the ABA education session “A Year of Bookstore Profitability,” will be held March 16 in North Hollywood, California; March 18 in San Francisco; and March 19 in Seattle.

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06 Mar

Wi13 Advanced Education: Succession Planning

Store owners and managers who attended the advanced education session on succession planning at Winter Institute in Memphis received helpful advice on creating an exit plan for their business.

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05 Mar

Last Call: Register for Publisher Education Session on Indie Bookstore Financials

The March 13 education session in New York City, aimed at ABA publisher partners and BookExpo exhibitors, will detail the financial state of independent bookstores.

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23 Feb

Publisher Education Session to Detail Indie Bookstore Financials

ABA publisher partners and BookExpo exhibitors are invited to register now for an executive briefing on the state of independent bookstores, to be held in New York City on Tuesday, March 13.

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20 Feb

Register Now for Publisher Education Session on Indie Bookstore Financials

The March 13 education session in New York City, aimed at ABA publisher partners and BookExpo exhibitors, will discuss the financial state of independent bookstores.

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06 Feb

ABA, BookExpo to Present Publisher Education Session on Indie Bookstore Financials

The March 13 education session in New York City, aimed at ABA publisher partners and BookExpo exhibitors, will detail the financial state of independent bookstores.

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06 Dec

Tax Reform Could Harm Small Business, Advocates Contend

“Business owners need to speak out right now,” said Rhett Buttle of Businesses for Responsible Tax Reform. “Members of Congress need to hear from you that you oppose the bill in its current form.”

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08 Mar

Wi12 Education: Finance — Securing Capital

The Winter Institute 12 education session “Finance — Securing Capital” explored the different ways booksellers can secure financing for their business needs.

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22 Feb

Wi12 Education: Booksellers Make the Business Case for ABACUS

Three Winter Institute bookseller panelists shared insights on how using the information from ABA’s ABACUS survey has improved management of their bookstore finances.

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19 Oct

Winter Institute Seminar to Focus on Bookstore Finance Basics

The Bookstore Finance Seminar at Wi12 will explore the fundamentals of budgeting, cash flow analysis, business financing, bookkeeping, and financial statements.

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