niche product


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niche product

- A product that is made and marketed for use in a small and specialized but profitable market.
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If GX3 gets final approvals, look for VW to take an equally unique approach to manufacturing the niche product with complete development outsourced to a third-party capable of providing the engineering capacity and manpower to bring the cycle to market.
Jazz paraphernalia is an interesting niche product that should sell well over the Internet.
Ivezic and others maintain that Luminite has now become a niche product in the $3.
When you complete the group-coaching program you will have created a niche product along with a marketing plan ready to go.
This acquisition reflects the continued execution of our growth strategy to acquire and license niche product lines from larger companies in our industry.
The Company's basic strategy is to acquire or license brand name, niche product lines from larger companies that divest mature products to focus on newly discovered molecules.
The Company's basic strategy is to acquire brand name, niche product lines from larger companies that divest mature products to focus on newly discovered molecules.
com)-- Niche Products Ltd is pleased to announce that the formal establishment of Niche Produtos do Brasil is now underway.
INyX Pharma specializes in niche products and technologies for the treatment of respiratory, allergy, dermatological and topical conditions.
To some people, Appleton seemed certain to spend its final years just plodding along, churning out niche products like carbonless and thermal paper in an increasingly paperless society.
Small and midsize companies will have to adapt to this environment by providing niche products, rather than competing against the large groups on the traditional grounds of product, customers and geography, said Dickinson, an insurance professor at City University London.
They need to understand where they fit in an environment of sophisticated and well-capitalized developers and investors who are already established there, and to assess what unique strengths and niche products and services they can bring to the region.