commercially-minded

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commercially-minded

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commercially minded

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knowledgeable about business; interested in making money
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Technically, they are a private company owned publicly, meaning they are not commercially minded enough to be able to deal with them in a commercial way.
Adnoc Distribution's acting CEO, Saeed Mubarak Al Rashdi, said: "Improving service, choice and convenience for our customers is our top priority for 2018, as we transform Adnoc Distribution into a more commercially minded and performance-driven company.
Saeed Mubarak Al Rashdi, acting chief executive officer (CEO) of ADNOC Distribution, commented: "Improving service, choice, and convenience for our customers is our top priority for 2018, as we transform ADNOC Distribution into a more commercially minded and performance-driven company.
ADNOC Distribution's Acting CEO, Saeed Mubarak Al Rashdi, commented: "Improving service, choice and convenience for our customers is our top priority for 2018, as we transform ADNOC Distribution into a more commercially minded and performance-driven company.
Mr Abdulrahman said having interacted with the members of PHD Chamber, he had discovered that they were not only commercially minded but also experts in laws, traditions, tact and diplomacy.
He is commercially minded and a really driven individual.
They hope to create "enterprising and commercially minded board who can challenge and stimulate a truly business focus".
Based in the North East, Home Group is a national charity and social enterprise as well as a commercially minded organisation that values efficiency and effectiveness.
the landscape has changed significantly in that the need from the Debt Markets for a commercially minded, independent provider with the longevity and stature that Law Debenture is recognised for has become of significant importance in successfully completing finance transactions".
He added the strategy and five-year plan will build on the foundations laid in the past eight months, during which Adnoc embarked on a journey to evolve into a more agile and resilient company that is strategic, commercially minded and performance driven.
Innovative to the extent that it recognizes the sexual allure, as well as the desires, of its leading lady (played by Virginie Efira), without turning her into an object of lust, the commercially minded film centers on a Paris lawyer who's as shrewd as they come in a courtroom, but something of a disaster in her private affairs.