Quality promotion wins customers

Harding, Shane
September 1998
Cabinet Maker;09/11/98, Issue 5105, p6
Trade Publication
Forecasts the growth of the bed industry in Great Britain in 1998 despite the gloomy economic condition pervading the nation. Factors contributing to the growth; Importance for bed manufacturers to cut their marketing budgets during an economic decline; Continuous increase of the demand for beds.


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