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  • Mail order adapts to remain relevant
  • Mail order adapts to remain relevant
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Mail order adapts to remain relevant

When was the last time you ordered something from a mail order catalogue? Most people today buy everything from their footwear to their furniture online, leaving old school catalogues rotting on the doorstep. How can brands like La Redoute evolve to survive in the era of e-commerce?

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