remarket

remarket

(riːˈmɑːkɪt)
vb (tr)
(Marketing) to market or prepare for sale again
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Assuming a successful remarketing of all of the Sub-Series 2017A Bonds, the Company will continue to own the remaining $400 million of the 2017 Bonds and has the right to convert and remarket them to investors at any time up to the 2037 maturity date.
Leverage your company's social media pages to remarket to followers and those that have engaged with your brand as well as find customers that look like those who follow you.
Travel Business Review-September 27, 2018-Azul engages Azorra Aviation to remarket Embraer fleet
You can remarket users on your brand's product or service using a promotion or a revamped ad campaign.
"Unlike a number of other schemes, when we remarket to users referred to Financial Spreads by affiliates, our tracking cookies don't write over the affiliate cookies.
However, when PIA asked respondents to indicate what percentage of their business they had to remarket (less than 5%; 6-10%; 11-15% 16-25%; or 26% or more), the numbers show a slowdown in the rate at which remarketing is taking place.
International Resource News-February 17, 2012--Johnson Controls Inc plans to remarket 11.50 percent Subordinated Notes(C)1994-2012 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk
But if no resolution is found it said it intends to remarket the site "against a backdrop of improving fundamentals in the UK biodiesel industry".
As part of the deal, RDM will remarket WebDocz in both hosted (ASP) and on-site installations.
Domestic auto companies remarket at least 4 million late-model used cars each year in the form of program cars, off-lease vehicles, executive cars and repossessions.
'We remarket vehicles across the UK and it has become clear that dealers are listening to their customers and, given the choice, they will select metallic light blue vehicles first.'
The payment was made by an investment bank for the right to purchase and remarket the bond.