growth phase

Growth phase

A phase of development during which a company experiences rapid earnings growth as it produces new products and expands market share.
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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.
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growth phase

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Sanofi CEO, Olivier Brandicourt, commented: "Sanofi continued its growth phase with a solid business performance in the second quarter, led by the strong launch of Dupixent driven by the accelerated uptake in atopic dermatitis and asthma in the U.S.
He is well-positioned to lead the business in Kenya into its next growth phase where CCBA aims to maintain the current momentum gained in the Kenyan market.
In fact, at the onset, M is characterized by a non-tumorigenic radial growth phase (RGP), inside the epidermis (intraepidermal) or within the papillary dermis (microinvasive), devoid of metastatic potential, which may be followed, early or late, by a tumorigenic vertical growth phase (VGP), with deeper extension in the dermis or beyond, nodular confluence, mitotic activity, and metastatic capacity (Table 1).
Our present data of frost thickness and density resulted similar to those in the literature during the frost growth phase. However, we were not able to find data from the literature for the very first few minutes of frost accretion, that is, during the frost nucleation and crystal growth phases, and for the type of surface coatings used in the present work.
Looking back at developments in the machine vision world, the classic market phases can be clearly identified: the emerging phase from around 1985 to 2000, in which the market structures were established; the growth phase from around 2000 to 2015, in which market shares were distributed; and the current mature phase, in which the market is beginning to consolidate.
I'm excited for the next growth phase of the business and for all the improvements we can bring to property buyers, renters and sellers." "Property Finder's focus on building a world-class product for property seekers is generating fantastic momentum across the region," said Chris Caulkin, principal and head of technology for EMEA at General Atlantic.
In its review for the fourth quarter of the year, Hellenic's department of economic research said the island's phase of recovery from the 2013 collapse has passed and the economy was now entering its growth phase.
With his broad technical and commercial experience in combination with the ability to inspire our employees and develop the business of our customers and partners, he has the qualifications needed as CEO to take Net Insight through the next growth phase."
Knowing how to prepare your company and how to develop a strategy for sustainable development are the basic requirements for a growth phase.
worth as much as P6 billion, proceeds from which will fund the property developer's 'hyper' growth phase.
Follicles go through cycles of growth, degeneration and rest, and then regeneration and another growth phase. During growth, the follicle cells divide to create the hair shaft.