Ingram Publisher Services Adds Four New Clients
NASHVILLE—Oct. 25, 2011—Ingram Publisher Services, an Ingram Content Group, announced agreements with four new publishers: The Planning Shop, Moll Anderson Productions, Dundurn Press, and Arundel Publishing.
“After reviewing all of our options in the industry, the comprehensive solutions from Ingram Publisher Services made it the clear choice for our sales, marketing and distribution needs,” said Rhonda Abrams, Founder and CEO, Planning Shop. “Ingram will help us meet current and future demand for our popular business titles, allowing us to expand our reach to new audiences, plus it gives us back valuable time to invest in creating new books, rather than logistics. I look forward to our work together.”
Planning Shop specializes in books, tools and resources for entrepreneurs and small businesses. It is the publisher of books that are used in over 700 business schools worldwide—including 22 of the top 25 graduate and 20 of the top 25 undergraduate entrepreneurship programs in the United States. Planning Shop’s books have been used by over a million entrepreneurs to launch, run, and grow successful businesses in every industry. The company has selected Ingram to distribute titles in North America and Canada.
Moll Anderson Productions, a leading publisher of home design, interior decorating and lifestyle titles, was founded by interior designer and lifestyle expert Moll Anderson. Anderson has selected Ingram to distribute her newest line of books in the “The Seductive Home” series. The title “The Seductive Home” will be available in February 2012.
Award-winning independent publisher Dundurn Press is one of the largest publishers of adult and young adult fiction and nonfiction books in Canada. Known for its Canadian heritage, natural history and biographical titles as well as art books, Dundurn Press publishes over 100 new titles per year. Ingram will begin distributing Dundurn Press beginning October 30, 2011, and the publisher will continue to use Ingram’s Lightning Source for its print-on-demand needs.