Lifestyle aims for $1 billion

Russell, Thomas
June 2006
Furniture/Today;6/5/2006, Vol. 30 Issue 38, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the plan of case goods importer Lifestyle Enterprises to engage in an aggressive global strategy in order to boost its annual sales to more than one billion dollars in the U.S. It has hired executives to manage its sales and marketing centers in other countries such as Great Britain, Ireland and France. It is also planning to join in foreign trade fairs to promote its products.


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