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by Peter Blair Pfahl

eBook The retail florist business download ISBN: 0813422507
Author: Peter Blair Pfahl
Publisher: Interstate Printers & Publishers; 4th edition (1983)
Language: English
Pages: 498
ePub: 1116 kb
Fb2: 1989 kb
Rating: 4.2
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Category: Crafts and Home
Subcategory: Crafts and Hobbies

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by Peter Blair Pfahl (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0813429670. It was worth the money, even though I decided that a floral business would not be for me at this time.

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by Peter Blair Pfahl. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 9 years ago. I originally got this book because I was thinking about starting a floral business, and ended up using some important information in this book for the business that I currently own. Granted some of the stuff in this book is out of date, but a lot of it is really life long knowledge

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The Retail Florist Business by Peter B. Pfahl and P. Blair Pfahl, J. Working in Horticulture by William B. Richardson and Gary Moore. Blair Pfahl, Jr. Danville, IL: Interstate, 1983. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1980.

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Probably the best book about customer service there is in retail - Marcus was way ahead of his time in the retail industry. Isn’t it Obvious by Goldratt - Some retail supply chain experts will scoff at this book, but for the boutique retailers, this is a little gem on the process of finding and then restocking inventory with little to no math involved. Not bad for one of the greatest teachers who brought us the theory of constraints. Bare Essentials: The Aldi Way of Retailing - This was the very first book I ever read on retail. Good luck on finding it as it’s out of print.

Octavo, 1983, PP.435,