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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The DDPP shows that deep decarbonization is technically feasible and affordable, and it has identified pathways to 2050 that avoid the traps and temptations of low-hanging fruit and put the major economies on track to full decarbonization by around 2070.
Even when competitors are more experienced and better at underwriting niche business, there's an opportunity to steal low-hanging fruit if it isn't competitively priced.
I guarantee you and your president will celebrate marked improvements with your school's total institutional relations program as you harvest the low-hanging fruit.
But, in some cases, leaders are overlooking the low-hanging fruit that if plucked could boost their student success rates enormously, and at little or no cost.
Evidently many insurance practitioners are so focused on reaching into the higher branches of coverage--EPLI, D&O, contractual agreements, exculpatory clauses, ad infinitum--they fail to note that low-hanging fruit staring them right in the face.
The low-hanging fruit has been harvested," said a co-op official from the field.
The Great Stagnation: How America Ate All the Low-Hanging Fruit of Modern History, Got Sick, and Will (Eventually) Feel Better, by Tyler Cowen e-book; Dutton Adult, 2011
In The Great Stagnation: How America Ate All the Low-Hanging Fruit of Modern History, Got Sick, and Will (Eventually) Feel Better, Cowen, a George Mason University economist, argues that since colonial times the American economy has benefited from"low-hanging fruit"--i.
Material Expense provides the low-hanging fruit, followed by General and Administrative Expense.
The best way to develop a comprehensive marketing program under such conditions is to break the year down into quarters and look for the low-hanging fruit first, the obvious opportunities such as holidays, special events and occasions that easily boost beverage sales.
But getting these numbers means concentrating on the easy-to-pick, low-hanging fruit, most of whom tend to speak with an unmistakably American accent, and look more like they're from the Midwest than the Mideast.
People have a love affair with big houses and big cars, but the low-hanging fruit is reducing the size of the house.
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