Nothing ventured for retailers

Kidd, Andrew
July 2003
Cabinet Maker;7/4/2003, Issue 5345, p3
Trade Publication
Predicts that furniture retailers in Great Britain are not likely to see increased interest from venture capitalists in 2003, despite the strong interest that the investment community has shown in the general retail industry.


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