P.C. Richards

Becoming A Global Leader
December 1, 2003

LG Invests and Invents to Capture Domestic and International Markets It's only been a short time since consumers in the U.S. started seeing the LG brand in products like mobile phones and large appliances. The response has been very positive, and now LG is positioned to make major pushes not only into the product categories in where already participates, but also into a broader range of consumer electronics, including plasma and LCD displays and HDTV set-top boxes. This fall, to demonstrate its commitment to the U.S. market, LG hosted several tours of its South Korea manufacturing and administration headquarters. On two separate tours,

July 1, 1999

Last month Dealerscope had the opportunity to speak about E-Commerce and the U.S. retailing industry before a group of Spanish retailers who were on a business tour of the U.S., sponsored by Samsung Spain. The NYC hotel conference room filled with tension, ambition and cigarette smoke, as the Spanish retailers were briefed by various speakers about the U.S. CE industry, e-commerce and store-front retailing. In the days following the briefing, the group was slated to meet with Circuit City, Best Buy, P.C. Richards and 6th Avenue Electronics. The Spanish retailers face new market dynamics--driven in part by the Euro and the Internet--and increased competition. Wal-Mart's leap in