To be released 30th March 2012
Leading Board Games Expert, Steve Reece has officially launched his all new Ebook today, Mammons Guide To Board Games: 55 Features of Top Selling Board Games.
This SHORT pamphlet style book is not a book to take on a long journey or to spend long hours reading, it’s nevertheless full of biting, insightful analysis of what it takes to have a top selling board game from someone who has been there and done it, having managed sales of in excess of 15 million Board Games, and worked on and / or with the majority of best selling Games.
The book is best used as a quick reference guide for those interested in the formula for sales success in the Board Games industry and is overtly commercial in approach.
Author Steve Reece told us “I wanted to find a book that just summarised features of Top Selling Board Games, to help me assess new Board Game concepts effectively against previous successful games, but couldn’t find one. As a result I decided to write one myself for the greater good of the industry.
My goal with the book is simply to focus on features that SELL. By omission, this was never meant to be a book about the social and developmental benefits of Board Games play (which are very substantial)
The book is exclusively available via Kindle store, and can be found here: http://www.amazon.com/
Steve Reece is the leading Toy & Game Brand Management Consultant in the UK & Europe, and regularly works as a Board Games Expert. After a period working in Retail, Steve joined Hasbro’s Market Research department, before moving on to Brand Management for some of Hasbro’s top Brands, and setting up Toy distribution companies. Steve’s favourite toy as a Kid was his Soccer collectable card collection, his favourite Board Game was and is Risk.
To find out more about Steve, and to contact him, check out his blog: http://www.stevenreece.com
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