When One Store Closes Another Store Opens

So students at Sheffield Business School have lost the Blackwell store at the city campus. I wonder if that indicates a change in student behaviour. There is certainly an increase in the number of students with iPads and Kindles so maybe digital books are really having a high street impact after all.

Its an ill wind the blows nobody any good. When one store closes another store opens as they say! There are other ways to get hold of a ‘real’ book. This is especially good news for those of us that like the touchy feely approach to reading and the joy of owning a dog eared much thumbed and highlight covered text. Now students can get the books on selling they need just like like this…

Business to Business Consultative Selling Skills Recommended Books

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2 Responses to “When One Store Closes Another Store Opens”

  1. Visualis Sheffield Says:

    Would be interesting to know how book loans from the university Library have reduced over recent years.


    • Paul Johnston Says:

      Yes Andy,I’m sure someone is tracking that
      Statistic. Most module texts should be on the library shelves for free.
      Personally I was a dreadful undergrad and rarely went to the library. I do like owning my own books
      whenever possible.


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