Commentary: U.K. mail order companies embrace Internet to stay afloat

08/30/2007 | BBC

Despite the fact that many U.K. consumers rely on it, the mail order business is facing an identity crisis in the face of the expansion of retailers such as Tesco and increasing e-commerce, according to one writer. Some mail order companies are now seeing the Internet not as a rival, but as a possible avenue to evolve and grow their own businesses, he writes.

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