Acquired Group Membership(redirected from Acquired Group Memberships)
Acquired Group Membership
An affiliation with a club, church, professional organization, or any other group not determined by birth. Acquired group membership is a sign of recognition by a community and often reflects social status. It is important in business because it provides a starting place for networking and can be a medium for the exchange of information.
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