Is this what's holding us back?

July 2002
Cabinet Maker;7/19/2002, Issue 5296, p1
Trade Publication
Presents survey results related to the furniture industry in Great Britain. Information on retailers' preference of service over brand when it comes to loyalty to suppliers; Consumer behavior with regard to product consumption; Manufacturers who have done research on consumer preference; Percentage of retailers who do not consider manufacturers' product innovation and design.


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