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  • From online store to high street shop
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    Loaf (2015) ©

From online store to high street shop

The British high street has undergone profound changes over the last decade, with the likes of Woolworths, Comet and JJB all disappearing. But while retailers are looking to boost their digital presence, online furniture store Loaf is bucking the trend and opening a physical shop instead.



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