A violin shop


The owner of a shop selling violins talks about how the company has grown.

Select the best option from those shown.

"We set the business up around six years ago. We started out with a small unit on the high street, but we relocated to near the station at the start of last year. We'd our old site – there simply wasn't enough space to display all the stock that we wanted. The new store is four times bigger than the old one, so there's now plenty of space for customers to .

We sell new, used, and antique violins.

The business is growing particularly strongly on the antique side. We buy old violins, them in our workshop, and then resell them. The buyers we sell to are usually private who already own several violins, but we do sometimes sell to museums as well. Antique violins have their value well over the past few years."

 
 
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