High-Growth

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High-Growth

Describing a company, stock, economy or anything else performing better, or expected to perform better, than its industry, the wider market, or other economies. High-growth stocks may generate significant wealth in a short period of time, but are at risk of over-heating and undergoing a price correction. See also: Growth stock, Growth fund.
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The period for defining high-growth firms should be long enough such that short-run transitory changes in employment are not falsely measured as high growth.
Almost all industry sectors showed some increase in the proportion of their high growth small and medium-sized companies.
ENTRUST is currently working with more than 75 SMEs in the North East on the Coaching for High Growth programme.
THE NorthWest Development Agency (NWDA) and the European Regional Development Fund have launched a pounds 10m high growth business support programme.
AMD is diligently working with other customers in several regions to make the PIC available to consumers in high growth markets throughout the world.
A review by Braxton Associates, the strategy arm of Deloitte & Touche Consulting Group, of 1,200 publicly held firms between 1975 and 1994 showed that companies with low growth tend to have low returns, while companies with high growth tend to have higher returns.
The deployment of IPTV in the region has been further hastened by the explosion of broadband in various high growth markets across Asia Pacific, even as service providers across the region have invested heavily in the network infrastructure required for offering these services.
Geoff Mulgan, chief executive of Nesta, said: "Creating the right conditions for high growth firms to flourish is vital to the UK's future - and our ability to create jobs.
With this reference design, handset manufacturers can offer GSM/GPRS cell phones with camera and video mail functions, which provide high growth potential for a timely market launch.
The Investor Fact Sheet summarizes the fundamentals of our strategic vision for high growth, both organically and through acquisitions, with the creation of shareholder value as our primary focus," said Bryan Chance, Chief Executive Officer of Titan Global Holdings.
The DSTA will be home to 12-15 high growth companies that will develop their technologies for the market place in an 8-18 month time frame.
About CED: The Council for Entrepreneurial Development (CED) is a private, non-profit organization formed in 1984 to identify, enable and promote high growth, high impact entrepreneurial companies and to accelerate the entrepreneurial culture of the Research Triangle and North Carolina.