market segment


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market segment

n
(Marketing) a part of a market identifiable as having particular customers with specific buying characteristics
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Within agriculture one emerging market segment experiencing significant growth is the population of "country living" folks who choose to reside in the country as a lifestyle choice.
Post will lead a team of market segment managers for the aluminum, intumescent, automotive/industrial, and decorative coatings.
It's an example of a company that has successfully dominated a market segment without achieving further significant growth.
4% year-over-year, reflecting a strong effort on IBM's part to gain share in this strongly contested market segment over time.
Accordingly, one of the most challenging issues facing an agency today is how to make this market segment yield a fair return while providing a high level of service to these customers.
IRS district offices are instructing their agents to apply a market segment approach to help them develop in-depth knowledge on particular industries and issues.
Looking at the largest market segment, Departmental computers, HP and SGI each have 11 of the top 25 computers.
Major deals in this market segment were leases by American Skandia, Brand-Direct Marketing, Cendant Corporation, Dawson-Samberg Capital Management, Inc.
With its market segment program, the IRS is seeking to develop the expertise of its staff in various industries and subject areas, as opposed to dividing resources according to geographic area, type of return or level of taxpayer income.
France Pneumonia Test Volume and Diagnostics Sales Forecast by Market Segment
The Fairfield East segment enjoyed a solid third quarter, with 203,205 square feet of space absorbed, the largest of any market segment in the county.