Take a leaf out of Sheppee and Sterling's book

Westphal, Linda
May 2000
Cabinet Maker;05/26/2000, Issue 5189, p7
Trade Publication
Discusses the potential impact of the Internet in furniture retailing in Great Britain. Overview on the influence of Internet technology on the American furniture industry; Overview on the efforts of industry players in marketing their brands through the Internet.


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