Turnkey Business


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Turnkey Business

A new company with a business model that has already been set. Most franchises operate in this way. For example, if one wishes to open a McDonald's franchise, everything from the products to the uniforms has already been determined. One merely needs to put up the appropriate capital and start the business.
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7) truly turnkey business platform, fully integrated 'one-stop shop' with inherent cross selling mechanisms;
He served as Vice President in their Transportation and Systems Company, responsible for the Americas Turnkey Business Operations for the past five years.
NSW is developing LSIs and software for "embedded systems" found in cellular phones and digital home electronics, as well as providing an LSI Turnkey Business, a one-stop solution covering everything from System LSI design to manufacturing.