Upholstery repairs go online
- John Lewis to expand online furniture sales. // Cabinet Maker;10/12/2001, Issue 5259, p4
Reports the expansion of upholstery retailing of John Lewis Partnership (JLP) on online furniture sales in Great Britain. Online information service of the company; Sales performance of the JLP; Services offered of JLP online furniture sales.
- EHouseFurniture selling custom uph. Carroll, Brian // Furniture/Today;08/07/2000, Vol. 24 Issue 47, p16
Reports the inauguration of the upholstery online service of online retailer eHouseFurniture.com in San Francisco, California. Choices offered by the online retailer; Price ranges of sofas; Course offered on the making of furniture; Team composing the online service.
- Best young firm plans web growth. // Cabinet Maker;3/17/2006, Issue 5479, p8
The article focuses on W&J Utting, a furniture and light retailer, which plans to launch its transactional Web site aiming to monitor its delivery of goods in Great Britain. The family-owned company had opened up four shops in its two years of upholstery trade. Its current on-line offering...
- CompuServe tries to wow families. // Consumer Reports;Aug96, Vol. 61 Issue 8, p8
Discusses Wow!, a family-oriented online service introduced by CompuServe. Various services provided for adults and children; Reasons for considering the product; Contact point.
- site geist. // Information World Review;Dec2000, Issue 164, p84
Provides news on the online information services industry as of December 2000. Digital Freedom Network's contest entitled Foil the Filters; Information on Brave New World, a Web site about children's health conditions.
- Managing Electronic Content Logjams. Jacobs, Leslie // Online;May/Jun2003, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p60
Deals with managing electronic content logjams which pose a problem to information content deployers and vendors in the U.S. Examples of the problems caused by electronic content logjams; Reason behind the occurrence of electronic content logjams; Discussion on how the information content...
- What You Really, Really Want is to be On-line. Plunket, Paddy // Chartered Accountants Journal;Feb2001, Vol. 80 Issue 1, p42
Explores the results of a library survey of members' information needs in New Zealand. Percentage of respondents using an Information Service Provider as a means of keeping up-to-date with professional matters; Percentage of respondents wanting training in on-line information retrieval and...
- Identity crisis. Cook, Bob // Modern Physician;Jul99, Vol. 3 Issue 7, p44
Cites that providing marketers with personal information is the price doctors have to pay for free online services. Reasons for physician-centered sites ask for personal information; What the concept `permission marketing' means; Importance of permission marketing.
- If content is King, I DECLARE A REPUBLIC. Davis, Vaughn // AdMedia;Dec2001, Vol. 16 Issue 11, p40
Focuses on the importance of the information or entertainment delivered online. Details on the transition stage of Internet; Evolution of Web experiences in response to the inputs of the users; Illustration of difference between online success and realworld profit.