IPG operates six different distribution programs to meet the particular needs of various kinds of publishers and market segments. Each program accurately positions groups of publishers and their titles for particular audiences. Our goal is to sell each title to its full potential and to keep our publishers healthy and successful.
IPG’s distinct distribution programs are not restricted to particular sales channels. On the contrary: IPG’s many means of reaching the full book market are used whenever they are relevant for titles in any of our distribution programs.
For instance, our program to encourage professors to use our titles for college courses is crucial for titles sold through the River North Editions program; but titles from every distribution program are also sold through this channel if there is a reasonable chance of success.
The following is a list of our major sales channels. Click on any of them for more information.
|National Bookstore Chains||Independent and Regional Booksellers|
|Online Retailers||Mass Merchandisers|
|National Wholesalers||Special Sales|
|Gift Stores||Schools and School Libraries|
|School Supply Stores||Museums and Museum Stores|
|E-Book Retailers||Professional and Academic Market|
|Libraries||Spanish Language Market|
Our sales channels are discussed in greater detail within the About IPG pages as well.
|Distribution Services ›|
IPG operates six different distribution programs to meet the particular needs of publishers and market segments.
The premier distributor of independently published titles in North America.
|Trafalgar Square Publishing ›|
The premier distributor of titles published by the best UK and Australian publishers.
|IPG Academic and Professional Publishing ›|
Represents provocative titles from around the world for intellectual pursuits.
|IPG Spanish Books ›|
Distributes Spanish language titles to a growing North American market.
|Art Stock Books ›|
Sells highly illustrated art, architecture, and travel books from around the world.
|Small Press United ›|
Gives new and very small publishing companies affordable and effective access to the U.S. and Canadian markets.
|Amphora Distribution ›|
Infrastructure for content aggregators and publishing platforms