Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Bahamian publishing company becomes an industry giant with new partnership

Scholar Books Signs Partnership with Top US Publishing House Thomas-Shore to expand global reach and opportunities.  Albert Cox (right), CEO and publisher of Scholar Books visited the headquarters of Thomas-Shore in Detroit, Michigan to sign the partnership with Kevin Spalls, CEO (left) and Jerry Friends (middle), managing director of distribution.

A Bahamian owned book publishing company has partnered with one of the world’s largest book manufacturing and distribution giants, making their joint partnership a new powerhouse, creating larger opportunities and stronger global representation world-wide.

Scholar Books has now joined the ranks as one of the leaders in the publishing world, on par with Random House and Penguin. A historic feat for a Bahamian, Albert Cox, CEO of Scholar Books recently inked the deal in Dexter, Michigan with Thomson-Shore, a multi-million dollar publishing house.  Established over 40 years ago, Thomson-Shore, a company with superior book sales and distribution has been recognized by Book Business as one of the top 20 book manufacturing companies in the world.  Read more >>