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Strategic management concepts in US food retailing and wholesalingare focused on. First, an overview of US food retailing and distributionis given. Second, an analysis of the changing American consumer isprovided growing emphasis on health and environmental concernschanging demographics and how...
The United States drug store industry is expanding in both salesvolume and store count. The most significant market forces shaping thesetrends are demographic characteristics, economic fundamentals andcompetitive formats. Demographically, the deceleration of populationgrowth, the ageing of the...
The modern shopping centre developed in the suburbs of the UnitedStates following the Second World War as returning veterans sought homesfor themselves and their families. These suburban shopping centres werethe product of two demographic events the move to suburbia andthe impact of the baby...
Looking beyond and beneath the shortterm effects ofthe 19901991 recession, the general trends taking place in Americanretailing as it enters the third year of the 1990s are reviewed. Theseinclude the effects of demographic changes, the significance ofretailing in the economy, specialisation,...
The dynamic convenience store industry began in Oakcliff, Texas in1927. Today there are 84,500 stores with sales of 103.5 billion.There may be 95,200 stores with sales of 150.7 billion 1990dollars by 1995. The costmargin squeeze will create significantadjustments. Stores will be designed to feel...
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