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Gardners Books
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Gardners’ is an international wholesalers of books, eBooks, music and film. They work with multi-channel retailers worldwide, both online and on the high street, to supply physical and digital products. They offer back to store or direct to consumer on their behalf through a consumer direct fulfilment service.
Gardners
TypeLimited company
IndustryBook and Entertainment Wholesale
Founded1986
HeadquartersEastbourne, UK
Revenue£206 million (2016)[1]
Number of employees
709 (2016)[1]
ParentThe Little Group
Website
www.gardners.com
Gardners are based in a 350,000 square foot facility in Eastbourne in South East England. They offer access to over 500,000 products in stock for same dispatch, as well as over 1.5 million eBooks available for instant fulfilment.
History
See also
List of book distributors
References
  1. ^ a b​https://www.thebookseller.com/news/gardners-annual-revenue-85-399761
  2. ^ Flood, Alison (November 2, 2020). "'This is revolutionary': new online bookshop unites indies to rival Amazon". The Guardian. ISSN 0261-3077.
External links
Gardners official website

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