Distribution Matters, Too

Marks, Jennifer
February 2006
Home Textiles Today;2/6/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 20, p30
Trade Publication
The article presents a perspective relating to the global business developments of various industries. It mentions about the retail trade, hospitality and food service, and furniture industries. It also comments on the implications of product distribution and channeling on the business operations and stability.


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