- Satisfying low cost demands. // Cabinet Maker;10/26/2001, Issue 5261, p20
Focuses on the expectations of customers on low prices furniture in Great Britain. Satisfaction on low prices furniture; Need of the customers; Comment of some furniture specialist on customer's choice.
- Mystery Shopper: Lakeside, Thurrock. // Cabinet Maker;12/6/2002, Issue 5316, p8
Presents a chart depicting consumer opinions on furniture retail stores in Great Britain. Acknowledgement and approach of sales persons at Land of Leather Co.; Selling skills of Furnitureland Co.; Product knowledge of the attendants of Dansk Co.
- If it's real good, buy it and flaunt it. Green, Michael // Furniture/Today;10/15/2001, Vol. 26 Issue 7, p230
Comments on the support of consumers to furniture industry market in the United States. Opinion on the effect of the non-existence of markets on furniture choices; Views on the contribution of consumers to the US economy; Advice on the attitude of listening to industry winners.
- Better outlooks brighten High Point Market scene. Thomas, Larry // Furniture/Today;11/1/2010, Vol. 35 Issue 8, p46
In this article the author discusses the effect of consumers and bussiness attitudes on the conducted 2010 High Point Market furniture trade show and the decision to change the schedule of opening from Monday to Sunday.
- Views. Czulowski, Mary // Cabinet Maker;5/20/2005, Issue 5439, p9
The article discusses the consumer attitude and spending in furniture and homewares in Great Britain as of May 2005. The author notes that after 12 years of year on year growth, consumer spending is finally slowing down as far as furniture industry is concerned. According to the author, the...
- Is this what's holding us back? // Cabinet Maker;7/19/2002, Issue 5296, p1
Presents survey results related to the furniture industry in Great Britain. Information on retailers' preference of service over brand when it comes to loyalty to suppliers; Consumer behavior with regard to product consumption; Manufacturers who have done research on consumer preference;...
- PLAYING THE DISCOUNT CARD GAME. Paul, Noel C. // Christian Science Monitor;5/21/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 123, p15
Focuses on supermarket discount cards, and how preferred-customer programs work, as well as consumer doubts about the programs. INSET: Big dealers: Wholesale clubs still making inroads.
- Lessons learned. Negley, Jennifer // Home Textiles Today;10/8/2001, Vol. 23 Issue 6, p64
Comments on the implications of the 1991 recession on consumers attitudes in the United States. Challenge to re-orient shoppers away from discount mentality; Pressures coming from vendors on pricing; Enrichment of the quality level of moderately priced goods.
- Shop of horrors. Rule, Fiona // Cabinet Maker;03/19/99, Issue 5130, p33
Cites a report by market research agency GfK showing that British women do not enjoy shopping and feel that retailers are not listening to them. Shopping experiences with car dealerships, banks' service and electronic goods stores; Shopping-related tasks; Buying of furniture as a necessary...