Branch Store

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Branch Store

A retail store that exists and conducts operations in a place other than the main store location. The branch store usually has fewer items for sale and may sell only the most common goods so customers do not have to go all the way to the main store to purchase certain things. See also: Branch.
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There was Owen, of Silverberg, Owen & Company--a large grocery firm with several branch stores.
You feel yourself and your branch stores a pawn in the game.
You started a branch store here in Berkeley about six months ago?
And your branch store absorbed the profits of the three small ones.
Sources added that the Israeli forces confiscated the contents in the branch stores of Abdeen money exchange, including computers, after raiding the home of Fadel Abdeen during the raid and taken to all branch operations.
The Munich-based company offers its goods online, in its mobile shop, in its catalogue and in 18 branch stores.
But an increase in sales over mobile device does not have to mean the cannibalization of the stationary market - what is most in demand are personalized cross-channel campaigns which can be used to effectively direct consumers to specific branch stores or to online shop offerings.
After entering Taiwan market in 1994, IKEA has established four branch stores island-wide, with one each in Taipei City, Hsinchuang Dist.
The airline will set up sales stands in branch stores of the Casas Bahia retail chain as well as continuing with plans to inaugurate TAM Viagens franchise offices, designed to give the airline a presence in the largest number of cities throughout Brazil.
RQI) & Affiliates, based in New York City, which provides electronic funds transfer services via 600 agents and 27 company-owned branch stores, capable of sending money to 48 countries through 18,000 locations.
As a unified, analytics-driven workforce optimization offering, Impact 360 helps organizations improve the entire customer service delivery network--from contact centers to branch stores and remote offices to back-office operations.
Mitsukoshi, which originated as a traditional kimono silk shop founded in 1673, runs a network of 15 branch stores across Japan, alongside a network of department stores affiliated with it in smaller cities outside Tokyo.