Digital consistency and quality
08 December 2015
In order to improve as a business, there is an argument that large retailer groups should change how they have traditionally operated as they have grown, moving away from the multi-location, multi-division setup currently adopted, to more consistent and centralised approach. The theories behind the existing approach are sound specific staff can build relationships…
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