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- GOOD WEEK BAD WEEK. // Cabinet Maker;10/21/2005, Issue 5461, p35
Presents trends and developments affecting the furniture industry in Great Britain. Assessment of the study conducted by Brunel University researchers that men are genetically programmed to be the best shoppers; Details of the ugly furniture contest conducted by Keep America Beautiful Committee.
- Low vote for late shopping. // Cabinet Maker;8/26/2005, Issue 5453, p6
Reports on the results of a survey conducted by research firm NOP World, which found the impact of late night shopping on furniture retailers in Great Britain. Ideal time of the day consumers prefer to shop; Implications of the results to the furniture industry; Percentage of respondents who...
- Hordes of disappointed shoppers. Sloan, Carole // Furniture/Today;03/19/2001, Vol. 25 Issue 28, p51
Comments on the results of 'Furniture/Today's survey of United States consumer shopping and buying habits. Wakeup call for the furniture industry; Bedding purchase plans of consumers.
- Why do shoppers go out-of-town? // Cabinet Maker;10/26/2007, Issue 5561, p28
The article reports on the findings of the "Cabinet Maker" market survey regarding consumers of furniture at a retail environment in Great Britain. The respondent consumers revealed that they visit an out-of-town retail park because of the wide choice of stores and the chance to make a furniture...
- Keen to connect. // Cabinet Maker;1/21/2005, Issue 5422, p99
This article reports that understanding the customer is the key to success for all furniture retailers, irrespective of the sector in which they operate or the geographical location of their outlets. Consumers are frustrated with flaws in traditional shopping methods. Difficulty in locating...
- At the crossroads. Kidd, Andrew // Cabinet Maker;1/20/2006, Issue 5472, p114
The article reports on the results of Allegra Associates' study which showed that furniture retailers in Great Britain are failing to attract consumers into cross-category shopping. The study showed that consumers visit an average of 1.5 departments per store visit. The author asserts that...
- Shoppers not deterred by terror attacks on London. // Cabinet Maker;7/15/2005, Issue 5447, p3
Reports on the positive reaction of furniture retailers despite the terror attacks in London, England. Citation of a survey indicating the get-on-with it attitudes of both retailers and consumers; Anticipation of retailers for a fall in visiting consumers; Acknowledgement of retailers to the...
- Would you credit it? Most pay with cash or cheques. // Cabinet Maker;12/27/2002, Issue 5319, p25
Discusses a study conducted by the magazine 'Cabinet Maker' about British consumers' preferred method of payment when buying furniture. Finding that customers prefer to pay for their purchases by cash or check; Influence of credit on shoppers; Tendency of large retailers to use finance as a...
- The Evolution of Shopping. Langdon, Philip // American Enterprise;Mar2000, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p34
Examines trends in shopping that concern retail store owners in the United States. Ways devised by retailers in order to prosper; Changes in the shopping habits of consumers; Recommendations to retailers.