Sales and branches grow at Glynn Webb

February 2005
Cabinet Maker;2/4/2005, Issue 5424, p3
Trade Publication
This article reports that furniture, homewares and DIY retailer Glynn Webb enjoyed a 6.1 percent like for like sales rise last year. Furniture sales jumped by more than 10 percent. The company said improved customer service levels, responding quicker to sales patterns, better use of technology and increased and more imaginative television advertising had driven the increases. Three branches of at least 25,000 sqft are due to open this year in Smethick, Hartlepool and Sunderland, and a Workington unit is confirmed for 2006.


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