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Being part of, or simply keeping up with the goings-on of these organizations can provide great networking and educational benefits for your company.
- Independent Book Publishers’ Association (IBPA) – trade association of independent publishers that serves book, audio, and video publishers located in the U.S. and around the world – http://www.ibpa-online.org/ .
- Association of Publishers for Special Sales (APSS) – http://community.bookapss.org/ .
- Publishers Advertising and Marketing Association (PAMA) offers professional events for the opportunity to meet publishing’s most prominent leaders, network and share innovative marketing ideas with peers, and gain insights into the book industry – http://pama-ny.org/who-we-are/ .
- National Association of Indpendent Publishers’ Representatives (PAIPR) – Trade association for commission sales reps, booksellers and publishers – http://www.naipr.org/Home.html .
- American Booksellers Association (ABA) – National trade association for independent booksellers offering education, services and products, advocacy, and relevant business information – http://www.bookweb.org/ .
- Christian Booksellers Association (CBA) – Trade association for the Christian Retail Channel, serving the interests and meeting the needs of member Christian stores – http://cbaonline.org/ .
- Christian Small Publishers’ Assocation (CSPA) – started to represent, promote, and support the small publisher in the Christian marketplace – http://www.christianpublishers.net/ .
- New York Center for Independent Publishing (NYCIP – formerly Small Press Center) – Sponsors year-round public programs to promote independent presses and authors – http://www.nycip.org/ .