Co-operative in Homeworld expansion

July 1998
Home Furnishings;Jul/Aug98, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p5
Trade Publication
Reports that 1.5-million pounds was invested into a flagship Homeworld store in Rochdale, referencing a 9.2-million pounds investment in a branch in Leicester. Information on a program to develop the Homeworld home furnishings and electrical megastore concept; Number of jobs created from the openings.


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