Animal Magnetism

Schmidt, Lucinda
August 2010
Forbes Asia;Aug2010, Vol. 6 Issue 9, p54
The article provides information on the founder of outdoor-clothing chain Kathmandu Group Ltd. Jan Cameron's decision to fund the animal welfare programs. It provides information on her experience of managing the Australian Discount Retail Group after making its purchase. It states that the retailship by Cameron focuses on cheap, no-frills, and high volume sales.


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