WWRE appointment boosts apparel prospects
By Bobbin Publishing Group | 13 December 2000
The appointment of Colin Dyer, the former head of one of the United Kingdom's leading clothing and textile firms, as CEO of the Worldwide Retail Exchange (WWRE) online marketplace holds interesting possibilities for the apparel business-to-business (B2B) arena. Auctions, reverse auctions and buy-sell activities are all part of the future, along with tools that will be particularly relevant for this industry.
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