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Edelweiss+ and Bookseller Event Grids

Edelweiss+ and Bookseller Event Grids (January 29, 2017)
Content related to the education session, Edelweiss+ and Bookseller Event Grids at Winter Institute 2017.
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Did you know you can manage event grids with Edelweiss+?  In this session, an Edelweiss rep, a publicist, and a bookseller will explain the functionality of the grids and the important selling points in a good event proposal. 

  • Sarah Bagby, Watermark Books & Cafe (Wichita, KS)
  • Joe Foster, Education and Outreach Coordinator, Above the Treeline (Ann Arbor, MI)
  • Cathy Schornstein, Field Sales Representative, HarperCollins Publishers
     

Take Your Show on the Road: Managing Large-Scale Events

Take Your Show on the Road: Managing Large-Scale Events (January 28, 2017)
Content related to the education session, Take Your Show on the Road: Managing Large-Scale Events at Winter Institute 2017.
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Managing large-scale off-site events takes a lot of planning. With concerns ranging from securing a location and ticketing to working with the publisher, formulating marketing strategies, and event team logistics, pulling together a large-scale event can quickly overwhelm even the most seasoned event planner. Come spend an hour with colleagues from bookstores that regularly produce large-scale off-site events for insights and tips on how to manage a successful event of your own.

  • Robert McDonald, The Book Stall at Chestnut Court (Winnetka, IL)
  • Lynn Pellerito Riehl, Nicola's Books (Ann Arbor, MI)
  • Jessica Stockton-Bagnulo, Greenlight Bookstore (Brooklyn, NY)
  • Annie Philbrick, Bank Square Books (Mystic, CT) (Moderator)

Event Management for the Very Small Store

Event Management for the Very Small Store (January 24, 2016)
Content related to the education session, Event Management for the Very Small Store at Winter Institute 2016.
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Owners of (self-defined) very small stores are challenged to find the time and resources to organize successful events and to balance daily work with event budgeting, planning, execution, and follow-up. This panel will feature owners of very small stores who are excited to share tips and practices for hosting successful events.

  • Daiva Chesonis, Between The Covers Bookstore (Telluride, CO)
  • Jacqueline Kellachan, The Golden Notebook (Woodstock, NY)
  • Anna Thorn, Upshur Street Books (Washington, DC)
  • Valerie Koehler, Blue Willow Bookshop (Houston, TX) (Moderator)
     

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