High Street Retailers to focus on Store Improvements

July 2003
Management Services;Jul2003, Vol. 47 Issue 7, p7
Academic Journal
Reports that retailers in Great Britain, according to a 2001 survey of high street retailers by the Grant Thornton company, are planning to deal with the slowdown in consumer spending by concentrating on their existing sales channels and investing in improving the look of their stores rather than increasing marketing costs or discounting prices.


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