Green Field


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Green Field

1. A slang term for a potential client or customer who has never purchased or used a product before. It is important to make a positive first impression on a green field in order to promote repeat business.

2. An untapped market.
References in classic literature ?
It comes when we remember nothing but clear skies, green fields, and sweet-smelling flowers--when the recollection of snow, and ice, and bleak winds, has faded from our minds as completely as they have disappeared from the earth--and yet what a pleasant time it is
For years I've been dreaming of the bright green fields and the hedges of England.
There is something about the country there, with its green fields and miniature rivers, that soothes the wounded spirit and forms a pleasant background for sentimental musings.
This is the profession of the wire chiefs and their men, a corps of human spiders, endlessly spinning threads under streets and above green fields, on the beds of rivers and the slopes of mountains, massing them in cities and fluffing them out among farms and villages.
Developers now have permission to build up to 30 new homes on the green field site, next to Manchester Road, south west of the village.
However, I was heartened and delighted to hear councillors reprimand two housing developers for their arrogance and inform them in no uncertain terms that development on green field sites in Durham County was not welcome, as there are sufficient brown field sites to accommodate new housing.
THE Mayor is being disingenuous in claiming that not one of the 5,000 or so new houses built in the last few years has been built on Green Field sites (ECHO, May 4).
Nigeria s lower legislative body, the House of Representatives, ordered its committee on Petroleum Resources, Downstream Sector to investigate around $23 billion contract for the Green Field Refineries awarded nearly four years ago.
Headed by Councillor Neil McEvoy, leader of Cardiff's Plaid Cymru group, the petition aims to prevent development on green field sites.
ISLAMABAD -- A clarification on Friday by the PM House categorically stated that no limit has been fixed for investment in the Green Field Industrial and Expansion Projects announced by Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif in his address to the business community.
With the present development of 330 properties, nine new houses on the site of privately-owned East Wideopen Farm and 107 on land around the farm, a total of 446 new homes will grow up in Wideopen over the next few years Ward councillors and more than 1500 local residents are bitterly disappointed not to have saved this green field site but we lost the battle and have to move forward.
Dear Editor, I wonder if readers realise that housing developers are sitting on land that already has planning permission; waiting for approvals on more profitable green field sites, instead.