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Euretco Wonen changes course

Euretco Wonen changes course

Euretco's furniture groups will change course from September onward, with more freedom for entrepreneurs to modify stores to fit local customers.

They will be able to choose furniture as if it were a menu, with 4 segments and 2 price ranges at their disposal. Euretco will continue to give marketing support, but the entrepreneurs are not required to use it.

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