Low Hanging Fruit


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Low Hanging Fruit

In investment banking, a potential client who is very likely to agree to put assets under the bank's management. For example, if an internationally known bank opens its first office in the capital of a small country, that country's biggest companies are likely to be low hanging fruit because they would want to associate themselves with a famous, successful bank.
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8220;Kalypso and its seasoned leadership team have done a fantastic job building a successful operation that provides superior innovation services to market leading institutions world-wide,” says Richard Seagrave, MD and chairman of Low Hanging Fruit.
Bring your energy & food service exp to pick the low hanging fruit as retiring owner is only open 6 nights for dinner-past lunch sales topped $100k/yr.
Unfortunately, because many elected and appointed prosecutors have ignored the need to protect children from exposure to pornography, there is enough low hanging fruit to keep prosecutors busy for a long time.
ABI Research believes the utility industry should focus on these low hanging fruits, even more than building BPL capabilities to generate additional revenue," notes Sistla.
This will enable us to have a helicopter view but not before we kick the tyres, spank it out, pick the low hanging fruits and peel the onion to initiate step-changes that will allow us to touch base and get a buy-in from customers.