Simon Marks: Retail Revolutionary Paul Bookbinder

ISBN: 9780297831693

Published: July 29th 1993

Hardcover

152 pages


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Simon Marks: Retail Revolutionary  by  Paul Bookbinder

Simon Marks: Retail Revolutionary by Paul Bookbinder
July 29th 1993 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 152 pages | ISBN: 9780297831693 | 3.37 Mb

Simon, Lord Marks of Broughton, was, in the words of his friend and business rival, Isaac wolfson, ...the greatest merchant prince England ever produced. Born in a poor district of Leeds in 1888, the son of an illiterate Russian immigrant, SimonMoreSimon, Lord Marks of Broughton, was, in the words of his friend and business rival, Isaac wolfson, ...the greatest merchant prince England ever produced.

Born in a poor district of Leeds in 1888, the son of an illiterate Russian immigrant, Simon developed the chain of Penny Bazaars formed by his father and his fathers partner, Tom Spencer, into the enormously successful retailing organization we know as Marks & Spencer. Appointed chairman at the age of only 28, Simon Marks was to lead and direct the fortunes of the company for nearly half a century. This fully-illustrated biography is a testament to a remarkable entrepreneur and pioneer, with an inspiring business philosophy and a passionate interest in Zionism, who has left a legacy of his commitment to high quality and good value in every high street.



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