By John Hoerner
Your definitive advisor to turning into the simplest save you could be.
How To promote: Recipes for Retail is the condensed knowledge from 50 years of profitable promoting from former CEO of Arcadia and Tesco, John Hoerner. Divided into chapters overlaying all features of retail, John's knowledge is summarised briefly incisive fees.
Chapters comprise: buyers, shops, purchasers, providers and inventory administration, advertising PR and communications, technique, funding and folks.
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