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    Poundland

    ISBN-10: 5510652225
    ISBN-13: 9785510652222
    Edition: 0
    Description: High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles Poundland is a British-based variety store chain which sells every item in its stores for 1. Established in April 1990 by Dave Dodd and Stephen Smith, Poundland stock a variety of around 3,000 home and  More...
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    Copyright Year: 0
    Publisher: Book on Demand Ltd.
    Publication Date: 1/17/2012
    Binding: Paperback
    Pages: 94
    Size: 1.97" wide x 82.68" long x 109.84" tall
    Weight: 508.2
    Language: English

    High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles Poundland is a British-based variety store chain which sells every item in its stores for 1. Established in April 1990 by Dave Dodd and Stephen Smith, Poundland stock a variety of around 3,000 home and kitchen-ware, gifts, healthcare and other products, across 16 categories many of which are brand name and clearance products. Like many of its rivals, Poundland operates a constantly rotating product line with products sold at the single price point of just 1. Although price-point retailing was invented in the United States during the 1870s, the chain claims to have introduced this concept to Europe and is the largest single-price discount retailer in Europe. The retailer claims that their Croydon store is the busiest single-priced discount outlet in the world, generating more than 9million in revenue per year with 30,000customers a week, which as of December 2008, was more than any of its yen and dollar counterparts in Japan and the USA respectively. The company estimates it serves 2.75 million customers in an average week.

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