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- Don't bank on them failing. Dixon, Audrey // Cabinet Maker;9/13/2002, Issue 5304, p1
Comments on furniture supermarkets in Great Britain. Skepticism of furniture retailers at the supermarkets; Similar views of banks at the supermarkets; Impact of the supermarkets at the competition within the industry.
- Even my own mother. Canlen, Brae // Home Channel News;7/14/2003, Vol. 29 Issue 14, p30
Comments on the merchandise of home furniture at supermarkets in the U.S. Marketability of furniture when displayed in supermarkets; Strategy of some supermarkets in retailing furniture; Overview on the experience of the author in purchasing a furniture in a supermarket.
- Retail observers see more in store for '04. Philippidis, Alex // Westchester County Business Journal;1/5/2004, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p8
Reports on the expansion of the business enterprises in Westchester County, New York. Launch of furniture store by Drexel Heritage and Henredon; Completion of the supermarket chain of Stop and Shop; Result of the downtown revitalization.
- Independents can win the battle with supermarkets. de Melim, Richard // Cabinet Maker;11/9/2007, Issue 5563, p9
The author reflects on the aspects needed by the independent furniture retailers to win over the battle with supermarkets in Great Britain. He said that independent furniture retailers must focus not on what the supermarkets are but they are not. He added that there is a need to make retailer...
- Statistical tables. // Retail Trade;Sep2005, Vol. 77 Issue 9, p13
This section presents several tables on the performance of the retail industry of Canada in September 2005. Some of the trade groups included in the tables are new car dealers, furniture stores, supermarkets and clothing stores, and some of the regions are Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec,...
- Supermarket sweep. Pamben, Deven // Cabinet Maker;3/21/2008, Issue 5580, p10
The article reports on the impact of supermarkets on the furniture industry in Great Britain. Based on the latest market research, it was found that more than 62 percent of all shoppers regularly use supermarkets to buy non-food items. The housewares sector has been affected by the trend as the...
- Views. Adamson, Andrew // Cabinet Maker;7/29/2005, Issue 5449, p9
Narrates the author's views on the status of furniture retail trade in Great Britain. Explanation on why supermarkets are gaining interest in the furniture market; Impact of the business trend on the industry; Contention on the increasing competition between both industries.
- Consumers will want more. Gay, Alison // Cabinet Maker;3/10/2006, Issue 5478, p9
The article comments on supermarket chain Asda Group Ltd.'s plan to roll out assembled cabinets to five new sites in Great Britain. The company's move could make an indelible mark on furniture retailing. Supermarkets have advantages over other furniture retailers in terms of pricing and...
- Check out Tesco for garden furniture. // Cabinet Maker;5/20/2005, Issue 5439, p30
The article reports that Great Britain-based supermarket Tesco PLC has expanded the range of its garden furniture, equipment and garden decorations in order to compete with other retail chains. chairs. If price is the most important factor in determining what to buy, Tesco certainly offers the...