Court spearheads new bid to attract top graduates

March 1998
Cabinet Maker;03/06/98, Issue 5078, p3
Trade Publication
Details the participation of the firm Courts in forming the organization British Institute of Retailing which aims to encourage graduates to view retailing as an attractive career option. Aim of the organization to raise the profile of retailing; Contact information.


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