VeloPress Revenue Rises 9.8% in Fiscal 2006; Set for '07 Expansion

November 2006
Book Publishing Report;11/13/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 44, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports on the financial performance of VeloPress for the fiscal year 2006. The publisher sees a favorable revenue for the year. Trade sales are expected to increase as the publisher continues to reach out of bike stores and into ordinary bookstores. According to Renee Jardine, associate publisher and editor of VeloPress, books targeted toward entry-level athletes and cyclists have been growing faster than titles geared toward experienced readers.


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