A To-Do List for Retail Executives

Longo, Don
April 2003
Retail Merchandiser;Apr2003, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p5
Trade Publication
Suggests ways for retail executives in the U.S. to improve their store merchandise. Concept of cross-merchandise; Tips in improving customer service; Sources of novel products.


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