To branch off

Related to To branch off: Branch office, branch out
to form a branch or a separate part; to diverge.

See also: Branch

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
The road began to branch off there, white and undulating in the vapors of the night.
Since the method of sales and marketing provided by North Shore Concepts can be applied to any service needed by businesses and consumers, the company also plans to branch off to add clients in several other industries including telecommunications and merchant processing.
"Obviously a lot of them then wanted to branch off and do their own thing and that's wonderful.
It's standard procedure to branch off one cold water line to supply outdoor hose connections (and sometimes another to the kitchen sink and refrigerator icemaker if you don't want to drink softened water).
"That's when we started to branch off into eco-lodges, teepee camps, houseboat rentals, cruise ships, polar bear viewing and whale watching, each of which add onto the product lines.