No mountain high enough

January 2002
Cabinet Maker;1/25/2002, Issue 5271, p28
Trade Publication
Focuses on the career development of Neil Harper in the furniture industry in Great Britain. Parental influence on the commitment of Neil in the industry; Management scheme employed in the retailing industry; Scheme of marketing promotion envisioned by Neil.


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