The 12 Days of ESOPs, Day 7: Kevin Spall, CEO of Thomson-Shore, a 100% Employee-Owned Book Company

The 12 Days of ESOPs, Day 7: Kevin Spall, CEO of Thomson-Shore, a 100% Employee-Owned Book Company

We’re celebrating the spirit of the ESOP Movement with The Twelve Days of ESOPs.

12 Days of ESOPs
Our guests over these twelve days hail from a variety of fields in ESOP World – from lawyers, to valuators, to CEOs, and even employee owners themselves – each bringing their own unique outlook and experience to our ongoing conversation about what makes ESOP participation so valuable to companies.
On the seventh day of ESOPs, our guest is Kevin Spall, CEO of Thomson-Shore, a 100 percent employee-owned full-service book manufacturing, printing, publishing, production, and distribution company.  He joins us for a wide-ranging discussion of the unique aspects of the culture at an employee-owned company.
🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊🌊 As the storms of the market come and go, the creativity and engagement of employee-owners help keep things going swimmingly.

Periscope with Kevin Spal, CEO of Thomson Shore

Interviewing Thomson-Shore CEO Kevin Spall [Periscope Screen Shot]

More about Thomson-Shore

Thomson Shore

Thomson-Shore was founded in 1972 and is located in Dexter, Michigan, USA.  They specialize in fulfilling the needs of book publishers, from an author’s initial Word document to the end reader. Their business solutions span the entire publishing supply chain, and publishers of all types and sizes (authors, self-publishers, independent publishers, trade, religious, and university) benefit from their services.

More about Booktoberfest

Booktoberfest features industry experts from around the country, offering advice and insight for authors, as well as fun and educational activities for the whole family. Authors even pitch their books to a panel of experts for a chance to win a publishing package from Thomson-Shore! Participants enjoy a day of music, food, and fun, while learning about the ever-changing world of publishing and bookmaking. A portion of proceeds benefits 826 Michigan, a non-profit writing program for school-aged students.


Moments from October 2017’s Booktoberfest


Moment from October 2017’s Booktoberfest 


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