- How would you like to pay? de Melim, Richard // Cabinet Maker;04/06/2001, Issue 5232, p22
Reports on the trend among British house furnishings companies of offering different consumer credit schemes. Overview on currently available payment schemes within the British house furnishings industry; Advantages of industry players from offering credit options to their customers; Increase...
- FEATURE BACKCHAT. // Cabinet Maker;3/28/2014, Issue 5778, p34
The article offers the insights of several furniture and homewares retailers in England about how will the British Financial Conduct Authority's (FCA) assumption of consumer credit's regulatory control in April 2014 affect their business and whether they are prepared for it. Among the retailers...
- Hello LOHAS! Courtney, Caroline // North & South;Aug2006, Issue 245, p112
The article presents information on shopping in New Zealand. One quarter of all New Zealand shoppers already go looking for goods and services that mirror their social and environmental values, according to research by Moxie Design Strategy. These are the so-called ethical consumers, or LOHAS...
- Home sector sees further sales dip, says ONs. // Cabinet Maker;10/29/2010, Issue 5711, p4
The article reports on the sales performance of the household goods industry including the furniture trade in Great Britain, in which, September 2010 revealed a two percent decline compared to the same month in 2009.
- August trading. Kidd, Andrew // Cabinet Maker;10/7/2005, Issue 5459, p34
Compares the sales performance of furniture industry on July 2005 and August 2004 in London, England. Growth of sales in July; Sales volume in August 2004; Average sales value for July 2005.
- SMG/NOVA link up. // Cabinet Maker;12/10/99, Issue 5167, p3
Reports that furniture buying group SMG has named NOVA Retail Finance as its recommended consumer credit supplier.
- Credit use on the up. // Cabinet Maker;07/09/99, Issue 5145, p2
Highlights NOVA Retail Finance's claims that credit use through furniture retailers has increased in last six months as of July 9, 1999.
- Credit lifts sales values by 50%. // Cabinet Maker;12/10/99, Issue 5167, p4
Highlights a survey conducted for First National Tricity Finance showing that consumers will spend 50% more on furniture if they can pay by retail credit rather than cash.
- September sales slump. // Cabinet Maker;10/13/2006, Issue 5509, p4
The article reports on the alleged decline in the sales of furniture for the past fifteen months in Great Britain as of September 2006. According to the British Retail Consortium/KPMG Retail Sales Monitor, the September figures were against weak comparatives and overall sales of furniture and...