There is a line between selling and over-selling
If both these countries begin to look East, as it is expected, then on this count too President Obama is over-selling
She flunked the first after over-selling
her language skills.
Therefore clinics are often under extreme pressure to see a return on that investment, and all too often resort to over-selling
Markets have always been prone to overbuying or over-selling
with little or no rationale for either.
It would always be nice to see warnings about not over-selling
Six Sigma so as not to disappoint management and be viewed by the rank-and-file as the management tool du jour.
The slowdown is seen as a result of tougher demands from banks and pressure on debt management firms to "clean up their act" amid allegations of over-selling
Last week the Sunday Mirror exposed one company for over-selling
solar heating panels.
He points to the current recession in the U.S., due partly to the burst of the internet "bubble," as a result of the over-selling
of the web.
Panel member Michael Gazzaniga, Ph.D., suggested that the council look at the issue of over-selling
medicine in American culture.
It has become the focus of harsh criticism from analysts, who point to an 'unfocused' marketing strategy and the over-selling
of the capabilities of its end-to-end systems management portfolio, and from customers, dissatisfied with its support capabilities.
In fact, one major manufacturer divulged that it had to reeducate its sales representatives against "over-selling
" the benefits of powder-coated wood out of concern that the finish will not meet the durability standard of solid wood or high-pressure laminate work surfaces.