It is the goal of the company management to acquire local market share in the used bookstore industry through low price, a dominant selection of products, a competitive variety of services including a buyback/trade program and hard to find book search, plus a relaxing, friendly environment that encourages browsing and reading.Company Flyleaf will be a limited liability corporation registered in the state of Ohio. James Vinck, a former head librarian of the Philadelphia City Library, and his wife Aracela. Vinck is establishing this firm as a growth-oriented endeavor in order to supplement his retirement, continue meeting people with similar interests, and to leave a viable business to his children.
With the advent of the "superstore" as created by Barnes & Noble, the largest players in the market have been able to gather significant market share and drive many independent booksellers out of the market.
Where independent booksellers can still create a viable position for themselves within the market is in the used books segment.
Flyleaf Books will be establishing its store in one of the busiest section of Brecksville, an outlying suburb of Cleveland.
This area is well know for its upscale residents and high-quality establishments. furniture store which allows the company to stock a large amount of inventory.
Our music selection will concentrate on CD's as these are the most popular and take up the least amount of floor space.
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In addition, we will be offering a competitive buy and trade service to assist in lowering our inventory acquisition costs and making our store more attractive to our customers.Financial Considerations Our start-up expenses come to 8,000, which are single time fees associated with opening the store.These costs are financed by both private investors and SBA loans.Products/Services Flyleaf Books will offer a wide range of book, magazine, and music selections.This includes just about every conceivable category including fiction, non-fiction, business, science, children's, hobbies, collecting, and other types of books.is an industry term that refers to a salesperson's or professional's list of accounts or clients.Financial advisers are most commonly associated with books of business, but certain other producers might have this terminology applied to their own client lists as well, including insurance sales agents, private bankers, investment bankers, and financial planners.Maybe he's married and with a child by now, and he needs an SUV.Whatever your industry, maintaining a healthy book of business means keeping in touch with existing customers and clients as you cultivate new ones so that you're front and center in their minds when they again have a need that you can fill.The bookstore industry as a whole is going through a large consolidation.Previously, the market was dominated by local, small stores and regional chains.