geographical segmentation

geographical segmentation

a form of MARKET SEGMENTATION which divides a market into geographical areas on the basis of common customer characteristics. Geographical segmentation also provides a means of dividing a MARKET into sales regions and then subdividing them into sales territories to assist with the efficient deployment of sales representatives to service customers.
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Based on the geographical segmentation, the key sub-categories of the market include Japan, China, North America, and Europe.
"This change only affects the business sector reporting structure of the results; there is no change to the group-level financial statements or the geographical segmentation," WPP noted.
The geographical segmentation includes regions which are further divided into nine countries, which are the major players in the global Smart Mining Market.
Key segments of the global boron market include: Geographical Segmentation
These documents, he said, make it clear that the region is facing geographical segmentation and reveal that the current arrangement might more aptly be referred to as an association of Caribbean States as opposed to a common marketplace.
Considering geographical segmentation, North America is expected to emerge as the leading region in the global CTMS market.
In terms of geographical segmentation of the automotive sensor market, Americas, Europe and Asia-Pacific are the major regions.
Geographical segmentation of the HUD market into North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of the World has also been covered.
Project Description: Includes market value/volume, geographical segmentation, and five forces (buyer power, supplier power, new entrants, substitutes, and rivalry) analysis of the Transportation Services Industry in Germany.
This type of deregulation or 'geographical segmentation' has been much called for by the incumbent operators, in the framework of the current revision of EU telecoms rules, which will apply by 2010.
In accordance with the geographical segmentation of its operations, Tiger Properties' new facilities management division will comprise of two headquarters; the first being in Al Taawun Towers in Sharjah, intended to service over 1200 rental housing units; with the second headquarter based in the Jumeirah Lakes project in Dubai.
According to Microsoft, WebTrends demonstrated the best ability in scenarios concerning geographical segmentation, usability and site summary reporting.
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