niche market

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niche market

n
(Commerce) a demand for a very specialized product or commodity
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One medical equipment company, Hospital Direct Medical Equipment Inc., based out of San Diego California and Richmond Virginia has found a calling and a niche selling very high end refurbished Hill Rom hospital beds including the Hill Rom P1900 TotalCare Sport and P3200 Versacare bed models.
After playing football for the University of Maryland, he carved out a niche selling insurance and advising athletes and others on risk.
Real estate agents may provide you with some niche selling opportunities you didn't consider previously.
It has now carved out a niche selling breakfasts from 7.30am - no beer until midday though.
Perhaps this lack of "niche selling" is why the larger life insurance market continues to be vastly underserved; Kerley cites 70 million houses that don't have the insurance they need to be protected.
The bighead is a popular dish in Asia and Europe; in the U.S., some commercial fishermen have found a niche selling them to ethnic markets.
Through niche selling, producers develop a reputation within the industry and generate referrals more easily.
who have created a niche selling "demotivational" materials.