A Paris Bookstore Prints Books On Demand

A Paris Bookstore Prints Books On Demand

The store has reinvented the process of buying physical copies in-person

Jiwon Kim
  • 16 june 2016

The rise of eBooks and ecommerce sites that provide cheap books have been responsible for the decline of bookstores. In response, a Parisian bookstore thought of a new way to utilize technology and prevent the demise of traditional bookstores. The Librairie des Puf takes on a new business model by keeping no physical books in stock, but printing books upon request.

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