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Niche

1. See: Niche market.

2. See: Niche marketing.

niche

see MARKET SEGMENT, CONCENTRATED MARKETING OR TARGETING STRATEGY FOCUS.
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Having a NICHE program shows there is an organizational commitment to improving quality, enhancing the patient and family experience and supporting the hospital's efforts to serve older adults, Robin said.
For those who can't find online tutors or are hesitant of the concept of online learning, EDU Niche has a strict tutor certification procedure in place.
The Salk researchers discovered that as the stem cell niche ages, the cells produce a microRNA (a molecule that plays a negative role in the production of proteins from RNA) known as let-7.
So before going after a new niche, agency owners need to look into their hearts to determine whether they truly have a sales force that can effectively prospect, nurture and write new business on their own.
The executives said Nanya is already one of the world's top three suppliers of niche memory chips.
NICHE not only benefits the patients but it also has a large benefit to the hospital.
Find a niche champion with the industry knowledge (and experience), respect of partners and the ability to lead a team.
Along with its niche, Stutz adds that because Tamco is a privately owned steel company, it is a rarity in the business.
Measurement of the realized qualitative niche: environmental niches of five Eucalyptus species.
This is one reason why most niche concepts never make it to the showroom floor.
The primary reason is that their mission is to serve only their policyholders, which in some cases can be a very small defined niche.