Embrace innovation or join the failures

August 2000
Cabinet Maker;08/18/2000, Issue 5201, p6
Trade Publication
Comments on the importance of embracing innovation in the furniture trade and industry to avoid failure. Importance of production staff to the brand value; Impact of the online marketplace Corridor to the industry; Role of adding interest to The Bfm Summer Furniture Show; Invitation to see the 'cabinet maker' magazine and 'FurnitureUK' stands in the exhibition.


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