Slow to move online

Kidd, Andrew
June 2002
Cabinet Maker;06/21/2002, Issue 5292, p6
Trade Publication
Discusses the findings on the attitude of the furniture industry in Great Britain toward the use of electronic commerce. Reference to the report 'Ecommerce Impact Study of Domestic Furniture,' commissioned by the Department of Trade and Industry; Percentage of firms that would use electronic commerce; Factors that could influence businesses; Impact on ordering and purchasing costs; Use for customer information.


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