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know-how

skill, expertise and trade contacts developed by a business over time, which serve to enhance its COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE over rival suppliers.

know-how

expertise and trade contacts developed by a firm over time that enhance its competitiveness.
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The aim of the company in the creation of expansion opportunities for Cyprus companies which previously were not in the position to benefit from access to the US on the basis of their professional know-how, knowledge and contacts.
Get up to date on flexible electronics research and technical know-how
Earlier, she used to watch youtube videos to learn the know-hows of baking.
"We are reaching out to other countries to share the know-hows as well as know-whys," while adding, "India seeks to promote collaboration against competition, cooperation against conflict."
Given its expertise in shipping line and logistics businesses, Samudera is convinced that the partnership is a win-win deal that will allow both parties to use their know-hows to create the JV firm's growths through investments in promising businesses.
UNESCO approval "seeks to enhance visibility for the traditions and know-hows of communities without recognizing standards of excellence and exclusivity," the organization said.
"The group of experts will work on exchanging know-hows and technical expertise for the benefit of the two countries," Kabil added, noting that a developed SMEs sector will help create job opportunities for youth.
"The works of the Qatari architect has supported and shown us of the important regional, historical and cultural backgrounds of the project which Heerim has absorbed and integrated into and with our own solution-oriented know-hows to create a dynamic, one of a kind sports venue for this event." Jeong is the head of a Sports Design team with extensive experience in a number of mega-sporting events including the Summer and Winter Olympic Games, and says his company is committed to building stadiums for the future.
"They have a unique position to engage with consumers at grocery stores and share health benefits, versatility and know-hows of this delicious superfruit.
As an ex-pro, all the 6-foot-2 Sumalinog wants is to display his veteran know-hows with Cignal, noting that his leadership is one of the reasons why Fernandez signed him up for the conference.
With this goal, different know-hows and cultures are united under high standards of quality, efficiency, advanced technology and reliability for customers.
Since Kendall Jenner, the second youngest of the clan, seems to be the most low-key among all of her sisters, all of them have made it a point to coach her about their beauty know-hows.