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JS Group focuses on Aspire growth as revenues fall

JS Group has reported a growth in its Aspire revenue as the academic bookselling group reaffirms the “transitioning and re-positioning of the business.” Read more

JS Group strikes deal with Salford university

The University of Salford has struck a partnership with learning resources provider Aspire Engage, a division of JS Group. Read more

JS Group hails 'positive' year as online sales grow

Online sales at the JS Group grew last year as students increasingly turn to online shopping to buy their books. Read more

Library supply deals worth millions awarded

Accreditations for significant library supply contracts worth millions of pounds have been awarded, with Blackwell’s, Dawson and the JS Group among the winners.... Read more

Marshall promoted to JS Group board

John Smith & Son Group has appointed David Marshall to its board as group commercial director. Read more

APS Awards triumph for OUP, John Smith and Blackwell’s

Blackwell’s, Oxford University Press and JS Group were all honoured at the annual Academic, Professional and Specialist Awards, held at Wotton House in Surrey last... Read more

E-textbook sales surge at JS Group

The JS Group has reported a surge in e-textbook sales, with digital now accounting for 13% of the academic retailer’s book revenue. Read more

Botswana partnership for JS

JS International has partnered with Botho University in Botswana to provide students with textbooks and e-textbooks. JS International, an arm of the JS Group which... Read more

John Smith’s triumphs at APS awards

John Smith’s Bookshop chain has triumphed at the Academic, Professional & Specialist Awards, scooping all four titles it was eligible for. Meanwhile Oxford University Press... Read more

Academic booksellers frozen out by D2C

Academic publishers will put bookshops out of business if they continue to target universities and students with “aggressive” direct sales marketing, the chairman of the... Read more

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