Sell a lifestyle

Boxer, David
October 2000
Cabinet Maker;10/13/2000, Issue 5209, p12
Trade Publication
Discusses strategies on how to attract customers into furniture stores. Offer of furniture designs which provide the lifestyle the new generation consumer demands; Provision of a variety of furniture selection for different lifestyles; Need for the furniture industry to stop being a supplier-led industry.


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