Do-it-yourself man

February 2002
Cabinet Maker;2/22/2002, Issue 5275, p36
Trade Publication
Profiles Ian MacGuffog, a businessman in the furniture trade who owns the Joynson Holland company in Great Britain. Marketing strategies of MacGuffog; Attitude of MacGuffog toward business; Comment of MacGuffog on the status of the furniture industry.


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