Originally Posted by Stella Cadente
You mean false profits.
Reducing production cost
Reducing staff numbers
Closing stores and making more independent stockists (those racks the models are on cost more than a months rent)
Quick release schedule
= temporary or false profits, making the company seem successful to potential buyers and to shareholders
When you spread the products around into stupid places like taxi offices, who have to pay £600-800 per rack while closing down a store that cost £600-800 rent, of course it makes profit, especially when some stores sell bugger all
reducing production costs is a good thing
reducing staff levels, again if they are surplus to requirements is a good thing
closing stores, if the stores are not profitable, again closing them is a good thing, plus GW have opened 5 new stores in the uk this year and have relocated several to cheaper premises around the world,again a good thing.
increasing prices, they have only increased prices on paints and brushes which was a direct effect of there supplier increasing there price to GW,only a tiny number of items have increased when re packaged but they have also reduced prices by selling in squads and are at this very minute having a sale on surplus stock, but there was no annual price increase this year
on like for like products.
quick release schedule, again seen by most as a good thing,less waiting around for new stuff so more chance to spend.
and there is no such thing as a false profit, you either made more money than you spent or you didnt, thats how profit works, how you got there has no bearing on it being profit.
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