Woolworth's shrinks Big W

April 2004
In-Store;Apr2004, p6
Reports that Woolworths is planning to reduce the size of its Big W format in Great Britain. Plan of spending 25 million British pounds on refitting 50 stores in 2004; Amount of space to be reduced in Big W stores; Launching of a shop within shop format that follows on from a similar party shop concept.


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