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The International Housewares Association is in touch with its members as well as its retail advisory board about whether to highlight American-made goods, according to Perry Reynolds, vice president, marketing and trade development.
Pinpointing such trends is the job of the Retail Advisory Board which was set up under the Melbourne Retail Strategy 2006:2012 to monitor retail performance; encourage new invest-t ment and implement retail-focussed initiatives.
Initial Retail Advisory Board member joining the leader for SaaS-based mobile, tablet and social commerce merchandising and analytics BOSTON, Sept.
Market management based the decision on feedback from the Mart's board of governors and retail advisory board, along with the Western Home Furnishings Association.
Plus, Naidoff spoke about extending the city's retail offerings through a newly developed Retail Advisory Board.
The health of the independent retailer and small multiple stores has always been an indicator of a local economy's success," says Benno Duenkelsbuehler, the principal of (re)ALIGN, a consumer business advisory, formerly of IKEA and Pottery Barn, and the director of the GHTA's Retail Advisory Board.
The event is sponsored by the ART Retail Advisory Board, and all members and their guests are invited to attend.
BUSINESS WIRE)--April 14, 2003 At Lawson Software's (Nasdaq:LWSN) annual Retail Advisory Board Meeting, many of the nation's leading retailers were most concerned about improving profitability, according to an attendee survey conducted for the two-day meeting to identify the most pressing business issues in the retail industry today.