Lisanti optimistic as Bymacks decision looms

December 2003
Cabinet Maker;12/12/2003, Issue 5368, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on the impending closure of upholstery firm Bymacs. Discussion of parent company Airsprung Furniture Group with the firm's staff; Optimism of Airsprung chief executive Tony Lisanti as the decision on closure looms; Ability of Bymacks to cut operating losses despite the poor market state; Observation of Lisanti that there is a sense of genuine optimism in the business and the beginning of a sense of confidence.


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