changing structure of retailing in Europe and North America challenges and opportunities by Douglas J. Tigert

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Published by Faculty of Management Studies, University of Toronto in [Toronto] .

Written in English

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  • Retail trade -- Europe,
  • Retail trade -- North America

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LC ClassificationsHF5429.6 E9 T5
The Physical Object
Pagination[75 leaves]
Number of Pages75
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Open LibraryOL22333160M

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In North America, both H&M and Inditex’s Zara are giving tough fight to the US-based Gap. Along with India, the H&M is also expanding its presence in China and USA.

Once a top fashion retailer for teenagers and young adults, Gap’s position and popularity has been challenged by Zara and H&M, which offer fast fashion and trendy cloths for less.

Changing consumer shopping tastes and expectations are quietly transforming the retail industry. Shoppers increasingly crave instant gratification, one-of-a-kind merchandise and are cozying up to.

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We will address every issue in minute detail to set the North American operation on solid footing, and. Pages in category "Retailing in the United States" The following 2 pages are in this category, out of 2 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().

Retailing in Europe: 20 years on Article (PDF Available) in The International Review of Retail Distribution and Consumer Research 20(1) February Author: Steve Burt. Staples, the other office products retailing clone, will close underperforming stores in North America by mid Not surprisingly, Sears is closing stores.

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The retail sector is expanding and modernizing. Globally, household growth exceeded population growth over the time period. Household numbers increased by 9% to billion, let by China, India, and the US, with million, million and million households inrespectively.

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Nonetheless, the structure of markets is changing, as specialists have felt the full weight of competition from supermarkets and internet retailers. Online stores in particular gain from being able to stock greater stock ranges compared with the limited shelf space of high-street shops (Bainbridge, J ).

The Australian food industry has experienced a similar degree of consolidation as that reported in the UK, Europe and North America at all levels of.

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