United Electronics Co aims to continue growing organically and expand its number of outlets; a strategy it followed throughout the review period, especially for its Extra brand, which added three new outlets in 2014. The company is also very invested in marketing its outlets through social media platforms, including Facebook, and will continue to do so, aiming to raise its profile and attract more customers. The company’s Extra retailer was the first electronics and appliance retailer offering...
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Summary 1 United Electronics Co: Key Facts
Summary 2 United Electronics Co: Operational Indicators
Summary 3 United Electronics Co: Competitive Position 2014
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