Pacesetter


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Pacesetter

The best product or company in a market. Other companies attempt to imitate or improve upon the pacesetter.
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2017 New Product Pacesetters: Top 10 Food and Beverage Brands
It rated them in three sectors - economy, skills and infrastructure - as either high-performing "pacesetters", solid "pillars" or early "prospects".
2016 New Product Pacesetters Top 10 Non-Food Brands ($ Millions) (Total Year-One Dollar Sales, Multioutlet) 1.
Back in April, Chicago-based IRI released its 2012 New Product Pacesetters - the 200 top-selling consumer packaged goods (CPG) product launches of the year.
The ranks of IRI's 2012 New Product Pacesetters confirms, though, that home-based need not be mundane.
Pacesetters will wear official Villa kit for their inaugural season in the league, which serves as a reserve team system for Major League Soccer, and kicks off in May.
Eric Sellers of the 512th Aerospace Medicine Squadron assisted in the production of the comic Pacesetter: The George Perez Magazine.
Jude or its affiliates," a statement from Pacesetter read in court documents.
STUART McPHEE, from Newbury, is the early pacesetter in the race for the pounds 10,000 January monthly prize in the Racing Post/Tote Ten To Follow competition.
The experiment was laid out in a randomized complete block design (RCBD) with three locational replicates having plot size of 3 x 6m with treatments: No Fertilizer (Control); Pacesetter Fertilizer--2.5 t [ha.sup.-1] + 100kg [t.sup.-1] Urea; Poultry Manure--2.5 t [ha.sup.-1] + 100kg [t.sup.-1] Urea; NPK 20 -10 - 10 at 400Kg [ha.sup.-1].
The 20-year-old from Bristol carded a three-under-par 69 for an 11-under total of 347 and heads into the closing day in a share of sixth place, seven shots behind pacesetter Oskar Henningsson of Sweden.