preopening

preopening

(priːˈəʊpənɪŋ)
adj
taking place before a formal opening
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Preopening repair and maintenance of capital assets to be used in the business;
The manual addresses each stage of the insurance application process: from prefiling activities to application acceptance, review, and processing; preopening activities; and postopening considerations.
Local and international designers and brands have been showcasing their latest collections since the preopening event Monday evening.
We had over 100 people in the queue preopening and Rachel Sweeney went down as a hit opening the store.
Since his arrival in the Gulf region, Balasuriya has worked across Sheraton Jumeirah Beach Resort & Tower, and Shangri-la Barr Al Jissah Resort & Spa - Muscat, Sultanate of Oman, before joining W Doha as a part of the preopening team as a sous chef.
Having worked in the UAE for over ten years, his experience includes the preopening of the Burj Al Arab, where he later became hotel manager.
He has also worked with The Lemon Tree Hotels Company in Gurgaon, Goa, Pune and Bengaluru and comes with good experience of preopening hotels.
Furthermore, Magnit's ambitious organic expansion will put pressure on operating margins, due to higher rates of new store openings and preopening costs.
The venue will offer 24-hour access, with monthly membership available during a preopening period for pounds 9.
After the strong rise on Wall Street, foreign brokerages turned net buyers here for the first time in 11 trading days in preopening order placement, adding impetus to the market, brokers said.
Leading a small party during a preopening tour - and perhaps sensing a bit of heightened anticipation among his visitors - design architect Jorge Silvetti pauses at the entryway, doing his level best to throw in a little bit of suspense.
With a series of lines from his drawing pen, he has captured the distinct characteristics of the theater's luminaries, transposing rough sketches, usually done during preopening rehearsals, to the final product, executed from the barber chair that dominates his studio.