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Jarrold 'Boosts Its Bookshop Credentials'

Posted at 1:16PM Wednesday 09 Jul 2014

Michelle Jarrold, development director of the 170-year-old Norwich department store Jarrold, explains why it moved its book section to the lower ground floor (from the ground floor), creating 'something much more like a bookshop in feel, and less like a department [store].

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