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Part of the FREE “Get to Know Your IBPA Benefits” webinar series!
Join us May 8th for a FREE webinar with Robin Cutler, senior manager of IngramSpark, and Janice Butler, Lightning Source account manager and IBPA board member, where they will discuss the differences between IngramSpark and Lighting Source, and how each can help you meet your publishing goals.
IBPA members receive discounted rates on Lightning Source and IngramSpark. Both options provide title visibility within ipage® — Ingram Content Group’s B2B database used by approximately 39,000 domestic and international booksellers and librarians for comprehensive title information, stock availability, and ordering — and distribution via Ingram Content Group.
Check out the IngramSpark and Lightning Source benefits here.
This is a great opportunity to learn about the IngramSpark and Lighting Source benefits and ask questions. We look forward to talking with you!
About the presenters:
Robin Cutler, Independent Publisher Manager – IngramSpark
Robin joined Ingram Content Group in 2011. At Ingram, she leads a team assisting independent publishers in making their content available to retail partners throughout the world. Formerly Ms. Cutler was vendor manager at CreateSpace, served as CEO of Summerhouse Press and was Assistant Director of USC Press. She holds a BA in Journalism from the University of South Carolina.
Janice Schnell Butler, Key Account Sales Manager – Lightning Source
Janice is a Key Account Sales Manager for Ingram Content Group. Janice joined Ingram in January 2007, and has extensive knowledge of book publishing and offset and print-on-demand book manufacturing and distribution. In addition to Janice’s traditional book experience, Janice is well-versed in digital content solutions for publishers. Janice currently sits on the board of the Independent Book Publishers Association. She received her bachelor’s degree from Furman University and earned her master’s degree from Belmont University.