Training for the real world

Baum, Stephanie
July 2000
Cabinet Maker;07/21/2000, Issue 5197, p7
Trade Publication
Reviews the suggestions made by the Foresight Retail and Consumer Services Panel intended to get young entrepreneurs into the retailing business in Great Britain. Impact of electronic commerce on the retailing industry; Overview on the paper released by the panel addressing the changing face of retailing and the need for businesses to take a more active role in education.


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