Simple shopping

Baylis, Sophie
October 2000
Cabinet Maker;10/06/2000, Issue 5208, p8
Trade Publication
Features the inclusion of Direct Home Living on Tesco.com Web site in Great Britain. Plans of Tesco supermarket to undercut competitors with reasonably priced furniture; Product evaluation procedures; Impact of Tesco.com on internet marketing.


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