market-driven

market-driven

adj
controlled and guided by commercial considerations
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Distinguish market-driven strategy versus market-driving strategy, with the former responding to the needs of the existing customers and the latter shaping the needs of new customers.
FAISALABAD -- Vocational Training Authority (VTA) with the cooperation of private sector has launched new innovative and market-driven technical and vocational courses through its VTIs.
A new business accelerator and venture capital fund focused on high-growth innovative market-driven ventures and social enterprises in Africa has been launched by Kampala-based Angels Finance Cooperation.
Dr Barry Morgan believes global recession may have led to a tipping point, turning sentiment against market-driven politics.
In a market-driven society, economic pressures will be asserted upon social factors, altering social patterns of distribution of wealth and status.
He emphasizes a move away from the market-driven mega-churches summering up everywhere in favor of smaller, community-driven churches that worry more about their constituents than the bottom line.
Europe is experiencing a wave of merger initiatives, and, at the same time, a wave of state intervention against market-driven, cross-border takeover bids.
From the creation of market-driven culture to the ironies of economics, Is The American Dream Killing You?
Americans now believe China's low labor cost, government-manipulated currency and poor environmental enforcements (16 of the world's most polluted cities are in China) are an unfair advantage over market-driven economics, keeping the prices of Chinese goods and services sold in the United States much lower, making it harder for American companies to compete.
The reason that these critical economic development players have looked to the America Downtown model is because it is market-driven, implementation-oriented, inclusive, and builds constituency for both downtown and local government.
The three models may be tissue, niche or market-driven grades, and commodity grades such as linerboard and common printing and writing papers.
That is the crux of Palast's thesis as he presents a sensationally disturbing brief on legal corruption fomented by deregulated, market-driven greed.