This week, the KSU bookstore will launch its first digital book store.
KSU’s digital bookstore will allow its members to order digital books and books digitally delivered directly to their homes.
It’s an innovative model, and one that has been embraced by digital publishers in recent months.
“The KSU store is an important first step towards creating a more vibrant digital ecosystem for books, and we are confident that it will serve as an excellent platform for the digital books that we publish and for other publishers that want to expand their digital content to a wider audience,” says J.S. Lee, a member of the Board of Directors of KSU.
The KUPU Bookstore is also one of the first digital publishers to launch a store that offers digital books for purchase.
KUUPU has been one of several digital publishers that have been partnering with local bookstores to deliver their titles digitally to customers.
“It’s a huge milestone for our company and for digital publishing,” says Alex Kudryavtsev, co-founder of KUUP, which is the parent company of KPU.
“We’ve seen great growth in the digital book market over the last few years, and with digital publishing’s growing popularity, we believe it’s the perfect time to start a new digital bookstore.”
In addition to digital books, KUUR books are available in print and e-book formats, and KUUG is offering a digital version of its popular weekly newspaper, Kuru, as well as KUUL.
KPU, the largest KPU member bookstore in Russia, also plans to open a new online bookstore in 2019.
“As a digital publisher, we see an opportunity to provide a better digital experience for our readers,” says KPU’s general manager, Anatoly Kononov.
It will offer an assortment of books that are available for purchase in an online format. “
In addition to the KPU store, we plan to open the first online bookstore to the general public.
It will offer an assortment of books that are available for purchase in an online format.
The new bookstore will have a large number of books, as KPU has around 70,000 books.”
KPU will also launch a new e-reading app for its members that will enable users to browse, purchase, and store digital books.
“Our members have already begun to discover the benefits of e-books, and our e-readers have also become an important part of the digital experience,” says Kononovich.
Our new app is a smart way for our members to have access to a large variety of digital books.” “
These books will be delivered digitally to the user’s home or in the KUUS store.
Our new app is a smart way for our members to have access to a large variety of digital books.”
More details on the KMU store are available here.