Become a Bookseller in Florence

via Florence’s leading English language bookstore for sale | The Florentine

Here’s a business opportunity for book lovers with an itch to live and work in one of the most beautiful cities in Italy.

The Paperback Exchange, Florence’s oldest English language bookstore, is looking for a new owner. According to The Florentine, owners Emily Rosner and Maurizio Panichi wish to retire after 39 years of selling English language books to visitors and Florence’s English speaking expat community.

The Florentine posted this opportunity a few days ago, so Rosner and Panichi may already be flooded with offers. But if you’d like to learn more, send an email to esrosner@gmail.com.

Not sure if you have what it takes to run a business in Italy? Check out this other post from The Florentine on opening a business in Italy.

Buona fortuna! Good luck!

This post was last modified on 1 April 2019 6:16 pm

Melanie Renzulli @italofileblog

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