UIC, Ohio – The UIC bookstore is open for business, and with the help of online marketing company E.W. Brands, it has the potential to sell more than 4 million books a year.
The company, which has offices in Washington, D.C., and New York, has launched an online marketplace where customers can purchase books online from over 50 authors and publishers, including the New York Times, The Atlantic Monthly, and HarperCollins.
The online bookseller, which opened in January, offers hundreds of titles ranging from poetry to fiction to poetry and nonfiction to nonfiction.
The publisher has partnered with several publishers to provide customers with the best selection of titles.
One of the best features of the platform is that customers can buy and sell books directly through the website.
This is the first time a major publisher has done this for a digital bookseller.
The company said the number of books purchased through the platform has increased every day, and is expected to increase in the coming months.
The business model is an exciting step in the evolution of the e-book marketplace.
This type of business model will allow UIC to leverage its bookstore’s expertise and reach across a wider range of markets.
The platform also helps bring together an experienced and talented team of booksellers and booksellors, creating a new level of efficiency and profitability for the company.
The UIC store was launched on April 10, 2016 and is open through March 31.
It is located at 1216 East North Avenue.