From Library Journal
Neal-Schuman has established a standard with its publication of "How-To-Do-It Manuals for Libraries," and this book is another solid contribution to the series. Bleiweis, director of the Newington Public Library, Connecticut, argues that the public library in any community has a role to play in economic development and that serving business is an important, and often overlooked, function. She provides practical advice on meeting the information requirements of business clients, from assessing their needed resources to marketing library services to them. This useful manual offers myriad real-life examples of stories, plans, surveys, forms, and public relations pieces. Recommended for public librarians and other business information providers.?Lyn Hopper, Chestatee Regional Lib., Gainesville, Ga.
Copyright 1997 Reed Business Information, Inc.