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co-opetition

(ˌkəʊɒpəˈtɪʃən)
n
(Commerce) cooperation between competitors in business, esp in the computer industry
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As I've mentioned before, this is 'coopetition' between 3PLs, where they partner with a logistics provider in some markets and compete with the same logistics provider in other markets.
When organisations collaborate with their competition it is called coopetition. Blockchain provides a platform for coopetition.
The Group will invest in its partner ecosystem, embracing coopetition and seeking to grow its partner revenues to a sizeable percentage of its overall mix by 2021.
He loved words, picking up newly minted ones like 'coopetition,' a combination of cooperation and competition, which he said was particularly important in academic environments.
For many technology companies, so-called "coopetition" - the act of cooperation between competing companies - is nothing new.
In a 2018 report, McKinsey predicted that blockchain is still three to five years away from feasibility at scale, "primarily because of the difficulty of resolving the 'coopetition' paradox to establish common standards." That is, natural competitors must agree on governance decisions around how the system, data and investment will be led and managed.
The main aim of this paper is to propose an Entrepreneurial Ecosystems track based on a "Quintuple Helix" approach that overcomes the competitive stereotypes by founding a new paradigm of "coopetition" (1) and "coopetitiveness" (2) through the "intelligent specialization" with a strong societal and economic impact.
Grace & Co.(U.S.) , Propex Global (U.S.) The research report on Concrete reinforcing fiber market presents a comprehensive analysis, assaying some key aspects including market dynamics, segmentation analysis, and coopetition profiling.