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The group, which also runs upmarket Waitrose supermarkets, said the best percentage gain in sales came from the electrical and home technology department.
Birmingham jewellery producers need to be more specialised and upmarket.
Partner Jeremy Borland said: "Our Darlington store sold mainly fabrics and curtains for the middle market and Yarm, which we named Linen Realisations, was an upmarket lifestyle store where we also did interior designing.
Ocean opened its Liverpool store in November 2003 as part of a drive by the Albert Dock company to boost its upmarket credentials.
Months later, Cole opened an upmarket sporting store in Aberfeldy Perthshire Rod and Gun.
Hyundai Motor Company (KSE: 005380), a South Korea-based automaker, is planning to launch an upmarket sub-brand in 10 to 15 years, Leftlane News has reported citing company sources.
He said starting in the run-down south half would enable a sharper rise in rental income than in the north half, and would provide the best location to attract an upmarket department store as an "anchor" store, with which to attract other quality retailers.
LUXURY store Harrods are to sell an upmarket version of Pot Noodles - for pounds 30.
Now, picking a premium product rather than an everyday one--a brand that's so push it's called a marque--brilliantly helps to reinforce this move upmarket by the multiple.
SUNDERLAND has opened its first aparthotel with the aim of offering upmarket accommodation to visiting businesspeople.
CAMPAIGNERS looking to take their Birmingham suburb upmarket are holding a public meeting with a top street designer later this month.
PEUGEOT'S 206 supermini range is moving upmarket in the wake of the company's popular new city car, the 107.