HI News V.4 No.7: Big box disruption 2020
HBT Business Workshop
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Techtronic Industries continues to set benchmarks in the power tool category with its tech-driven initiatives
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The strategies and actions of big box hardware and home improvement retailers have an impact on independent store owners. This is a fact not always embraced by in the industry, at large.

In this edition, we take a deep dive into how the biggest home improvement big box on a global scale are disrupting themselves in order to continue to grow and develop. We illustrate the strategies from The Home Depot, Kingfisher, Bunnings and Lowe's Companies.

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HI News Vol.4 No.7: Big Box Disruption 2020

Non-corporate independent group, Hardware & Building Traders (HBT) held its Business Workshop event in a new format. The group's CEO, Greg Benstead, discussed some of its developing strategy, and later saw members break up into smaller interest groups to discuss ongoing developments that were relevant to them.

Hong Kong-based Techtronic Industries continues to develop innovative technology and produce global sales growth. HNN presents its results for its power tool products. As part of this feature, there is a transcript of the transcription by the always interesting TTI CEO, Joe Galli.

Other stories in this edition include updates on corporate-owned independent, Mitre 10, Australian-based online homewares retailer Temple & Webster and Beacon Lighting.

There are also updates on suppliers such as Stanley Black & Decker, Boral Timber, James Hardie and Dulux. New product releases from Imex Lasers, Fiskars and Mr Fothergill's are featured in this issue.
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