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niche market

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(Commerce) a demand for a very specialized product or commodity
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Aside from niche markets in Suazo and Zero82, Tiger has also tapped into premises accounts such as eateries and off-premises ones such as sari-sari stores.
KSIX Media Holdings said it continues its conglomerate expansion into acquiring companies well-positioned niche markets with strong revenues and business models that leverage the power of affiliate marketing and targeted advertising online.
Mapei, a leading global manufacturer of adhesives, sealants and chemical products for buildings, has appointed Emirates Ceramic as its fifth reseller in the UAE as part of an aggressive expansion campaign in key niche markets.
For purposes of this article, niche markets include specific industries (for example, manufacturing, real estate), services (for example, forensic accounting, business valuation), or other buyer groups that have distinctive characteristics (for example, public companies, family businesses).
Whether they join the consolidation craze or focus on niche markets, many of the electric arc furnace operations in the United States are facing growing pressure from consolidators.
All kinds of successful periodicals and what made them tops are reviewed in a title which covers circulation, readership, proposal writing, optional publication formats, niche markets and more.
Together, midsize pork producers aim at niche markets: After the hog market crash of 1998-99, four hog producers in Hubbard, Iowa, decided to band together to save their midsize farms.
Among the planned changes, announced at an investors conference in Frankfurt, Germany, Hannover Re said its New York-based Clarendon Insurance Group will exit the Florida homeowners market to focus on niche markets such as specialty auto insurance, fine arts, mobile phones and workers' compensation.
Building brand recognition is Bahia Beach's defense, and its attack mode is targeting niche markets, says Fernando Pimentel, ABIT superintendent.
While some producers have delved into these activities individually, others have banded together with like-minded dairy farmers to form small cooperatives to market milk into these niche markets. These efforts have been spurred on by several factors: the need to preserve a market outlet, milk production style, and/or producers' desire to generate added returns on their milk above what their traditional outlet offers.