Easy does it for UK arrivals

October 2004
Cabinet Maker;10/1/2004, Issue 5408, p10
Trade Publication
The article analyses the prospects of foreign retailer in Great Britain. Great Britain is an alluring destination for overseas furniture retailers. Despite it's saturated and notoriously price sensitive environment, those with an eye on global expansion have smelled profits in Great Britain's damp, fresh air. Experts believe that there is good business to be made in the UK for foreign retailers, but they must be prepared to bide their time. So, the message is very clear, any company with attractive products, at good price points, with high-quality after-sales service can prosper.


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