'Tis the season of company sales

Kidd, Andrew
December 2004
Cabinet Maker;12/10/2005, Issue 5418, p9
Trade Publication
Comments on the business performance of several companies of the bed and furniture industry in Great Britain. Sales performance of companies in the industry in general; Approach taken by companies to improve sales; Demand for a profitable business.


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