Courier Looks to College to Drive Education Business in 2010

November 2009
Educational Marketer;11/23/2009, Vol. 40 Issue 23, p6
Trade Publication
The article looks at the performance of the sales of book manufacturer Courier Corp. under chairman James Conway III in North Chelmsford, Massachusetts. It explains that the company's sales to the schools market decreased by 12 percent because of local budget cuts and limited spending for elementary and high school books. Conway also forecasts that for fiscal 2010, the main contributor for sales will be college textbooks and the company's plan to offer digital print options.


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