- SWOT Analysis. // Ashley Furniture Industries, Inc. SWOT Analysis;Dec2010, p1
A business analysis of Ashley Furniture Industries Inc., a furniture manufacturing company based in the U.S., is provided, focusing on its strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT) faced. Strengths include the company's business model. Weaknesses include negative publicity...
- SWOT Analysis. // Ashley Furniture Industries, Inc. SWOT Analysis;Jan2012, p1
The article profiles Ashley Furniture Industries Inc. and presents an analysis of the company's strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. Ahsley Furniture faces problems in funding its growth due to its ownership status despite its being a leading North American furniture retailer....
- Collaboration is key for surviving B2B players. Carroll, Brian // Furniture/Today;04/30/2001, Vol. 25 Issue 33, p30
Reports the economic condition of business-to-business Internet furniture companies in the United States. Closure of RetailMetro and HomePoint companies; Collaboration between companies and manufacturers; Emphasis on supply chain collaboration tools market.
- Some interesting lessons on how to cast your Net. Allegrezza, Ray // Furniture/Today;05/14/2001, Vol. 25 Issue 35, p27
Focuses on the importance of electronic commerce technology to furniture companies. Growing number of industry players that are utilizing Internet technology; Factors needed to be considered by furniture companies when initiating an electronic commerce strategy; Overview on the advantages and...
- B2B exchanges gaining acceptance by industry. Carroll, Brian // Furniture/Today;7/28/2003, Vol. 27 Issue 46, p31
Reports on the growing popularity of business-to-business (B2B) electronic commerce platforms in the furniture industry in the U.S. National Home Furnishings Association's launching of its B2B initiative; Growing acceptance for B2B according to GERS' FurnishNet; Benefits of B2B.
- BCFA Internet move praised. // Cabinet Maker;04/30/99, Issue 5136, p5
Relates that the efforts of the British Contract Furnishing Association to encourage companies to use electronic commerce has been lauded by Great Britain's government.
- Real shopping. McInnes, Graham // Cabinet Maker;05/28/99, Issue 5140, p20
Provides suggestions on how traditional furniture retailers can compete against retailers in the Internet. Impact of electronic commerce on traditional retail trade.
- Furniture is slow to click. // Cabinet Maker;10/22/99, Issue 5160, p4
Reports that furniture and furnishing is one of the lowest growth opportunities for online shopping, according to the report `Electronic Shopping in Europe.'
- New Heights set to scale online retail mountain. de Melim, Richard // Cabinet Maker;12/10/99, Issue 5167, p1
Reports on cabinet retailer New Heights' launching of a Web site and sell 50 models of its furniture online.