growth phase


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Growth phase

A phase of development during which a company experiences rapid earnings growth as it produces new products and expands market share.

Growth Phase

In an industry life cycle, an early phase marked by an end to technological innovation and the attempt by different companies in the industry to gain larger market shares. That is, even if two competing companies make exactly the same product, they will use marketing, pricing, and other methods to become a leader in that product's market.

growth phase

see PRODUCT LIFE CYCLE.
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Under many culture conditions, microalgae may experience nitrogen starvation at least in part of their growth, especially in the stationary growth phase of batch cultures (Lourenco et al.
We think Brent has now started to form a new growth phase with the target at $130.
Such hormonal changes can also cause hair to change from its growth phase before its normal time, increasing the loss.
This length of time allows the business to get through the introductory cycle and into their growth phase.
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The behavior of severed minus ends of MAPs-bound microtubules was similar to that of severed minus ends of purifiedtubulin microtubules: they quickly switched from the intermediate phase back to the growth phase.
The receptors gradually disappear during the growth phase.
Currently in the middle of a growth phase, the smart cards market is showing unprecedented signs of double-digit growth.
For the control, values recorded in the exponential growth phase were significantly higher that those found in the stationary growth phase (P < 0.
Then, in our view, the flat correction will be completed and followed by another growth phase.
are firmly entrenched in the growth phase, while Boston awaits a full recovery of business travel.
He also served as chief operating officer at NISCO where he led the company through a rapid growth phase.