Cooperative Competition

Cooperative Competition

A term referring to the benefits two or more companies experience while competing with each other for customers or markets. The term may be used ironically since it is, at first glance, an oxymoron.
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These terms imply cooperative competition at inter-organisational levels.
Obama's virage (bend, turn), if it succeeds in fulfilling its hopes, would considerably enrich the results already acquired, because it would render more purposeful the most powerful state today, with good chances to engage a cooperative competition with the superpower of tomorrow: China.
We will encourage our members to work together in a true spirit of cooperative competition to develop new standards in a timely manner.
A multi-vendor market implies cooperative competition or collaboration on common standards while competing to implement those standards in viable products.
Co-opetition, that '90s state of cooperative competition, is spreading among newspaper web sites.
It is this cooperative competition that is needed for FCS to quickly develop the cutting-edge technologies required and spiral the most promising of them into current forces for further maturation.
The blueprint for success to this perennial problem can be drawn from a word coined way back in 1913 called Co-opetition or Coopetition or Coopertition, meaning Cooperative Competition at inter-organisational levels.
Acting in a spirit of cooperative competition to develop free open standards helps to speed new technologies to market and reduce costs, benefiting both the member companies and the consumers of their products.
Novell awakens from its slumber, realizes its concept of cooperative competition only goes so far, then gets angry and does something.
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