Archives: Case Studies

Waterstones, Stratford Upon Avon

The award-winning British book retailer Waterstones operates more than 280 shops, employing around 3,500 staff. The chain’s headquarters are located in London and it has branches across the UK. Its average retail store sells some 30,000 different books. Waterstones has won numerous industry rewards, enhancing its reputation as a high-quality retailer. In 2008, it won

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JD Sports

As many large retailers have struggled to survive over recent years, there is one high-street name that continues to go from strength to strength – JD Sports. As one of the leading sports and leisure wear retailers in the UK, with over 1,400 stores across the entire JD group, it is hard to believe that

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National Gallery, London

The National Gallery in Trafalgar Square, Westminster, is one of the UK’s most historic and prestigious art galleries. Founded in 1824, it houses more than 2,300 paintings, with the earliest dating from the 13th century. It is one of the world’s most visited art museums. It was launched after the British government purchased 38 paintings

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Anglia Healthcare

Anglia Healthcare and Mobility is a leading provider of mobility equipment and products, including stairlifts, wheelchairs, reclining beds, walking aids, bath lifts, daily living aids, ramps, hoists, rise and recline chairs, platform lifts and more. The Huntingdon-based supplier is a family-run business, with more than 20 years’ experience in the healthcare industry. Anglia Healthcare and

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Trauma Hospital for Troops in Kandahār, Afghanistan

Automatic Access has installed automatic doors at a trauma hospital for the troops in Kandahār, Afghanistan, to help injured people enter more easily and to improve general efficiency at the hospital. Kandahār, also known as Qandahār, is the second-largest city in Afghanistan, with a population of around 557,118. During the war, fighting in the Kandahār

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