BusinessBusiness RecoveryTaking Stock: Snakes (but no ladders) for fallen retailers

Taking Stock: Snakes (but no ladders) for fallen retailers

TS takes a graphical tour through the brand names that have disappeared off the high street in recent years

Taking Stock: Snakes (but no ladders) for fallen retailers

The gang at RealBusinessRescue have been busy. Busy using Photoshop anyway.

TS was very impressed with their skills, putting together a rundown of 30 of the biggest brands that no longer live on our high street. Click the pic below to see the full chart.

 

Snakes and Ladders

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