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

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Studies of the effects of nitrogen sources on the chemical composition in different growth phases may give important information on species metabolism (Fidalgo et al.
Each culture was sampled twice for chemical analysis (on the 7 and 13 th days of growth), corresponding to late-exponential and stationary growth phases.
Cell biovolumes of both species did not vary throughout the exponential growth phases of all experiments (P > 0.
oculata in both treatments and growth phases (P < 0.
We think Brent has now started to form a new growth phase with the target at $130.
This correction was preceded by an almost three-year growth phase.
Similar growth rates were found in the three treatments throughout the exponential growth phases, with values >1.
Average values of cell biovolumes are exhibited for exponential and stationary growth phases in Table 1.
In the control, there was no significant variation of the protein content in different growth phases.
In the present experiments, cell biovolumes decreased from the exponential to the stationary growth phases only in the control.
Yet currency market situation and euro growth phase (dollar weakening) expected to start today indicate that the index might stop declining and start to go up.