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Books & stationery

Books & stationery Archives

Image of an Australian Geographic store

Australian Geographic kiosks to appear in QBD Books this week

Kiosks come as QBD outlines refurbishment plans for store network.

Dymocks announces new managing director

Ex-Oroton CEO Mark Newman to head up book retailer.

Which products and categories are booming?

Providers of home office tech and booksellers are just some of the businesses that have benefited from the new world ord...

Booktopia launches loyalty program

The online bookstore is rewarding customers who spend $30 for every three months.

Dymocks opens new store in Brisbane

Book retailer opens largest bookstore in Queensland.

Booktopia raises $20 million in bid to become Australia’s biggest bookseller

Online bookstore reveals major investment one week after buying the Co-Op.

Booktopia buys failed Co-Op bookshop business

The acquisition is expected to increase the online retailer’s share of the huge textbook market.

Co-Op enters voluntary administration on collapsing textbook sales

Textbook sales fell 40 per cent on last year.

Independent bookstores make a comeback

Bookstores are resurging by offering experiences e-commerce cannot provide.

Booktopia: The next chapter

A candid conversation with founder and CEO Tony Nash.

How stationery is thriving in the digital age

The retailers around the world taking advantage of this trend.

Booktopia to start printing books

In-house printing will enable the retailer to compete with discount chains on price.

Montblanc unveils new store design with ink bar, digital corner

Montblanc unveils a new store design that is all about modern luxury.

Booktopia expires crowdfunding plan, pursues external funding

Biggest ever crowdfunding attempt ends early.

How Dymocks has survived 140 years in retail

Bookstore chain celebrates impressive milestone.

Booktopia looks to raise $10 million from everyday Aussies

Funds will be used to expand warehouse automation, inventory.

Inside bullish Booktopia’s home

Book retailing has a host of competitors all vying for consumers’ custom. Here’s a look inside the operations of a home ...

From the source: Susanne Horman, Robinsons Bookshop

Retail landlords are very interested in what expansion plans are for the company of this week’s profile executive.

Kikki.K to accelerate global growth

Stationery firm signs deal with key supplier.