niche market

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niche market

A segment of a medical market that is serviced by a limited number of vendors.
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Continue to expand your market niche by providing receivership, expert witness and consulting services.
Due to this success, other companies went into this market niche and now all the big market participants are offering the same products.
Counterpoint: Competition is getting tougher for everyone, even in what are still largely unsophisticated and non-price sensitive market niches.
The Stable Rating Outlook reflects ARC's strong demand for services, which remains supported by the organization's solid regional and national reputation in serving a unique market niche.
INfe Human Resources' management team leverages a record of individual success in driving the growth of emerging companies to help potential consulting clients identify advantageous market niches and execute profitable roll-up acquisitions, with the objective of achieving both high-level sales and earnings growth and the Wall Street valuation they need for an Amex or NASDAQ listing.
Unlike UWB, ZigBee, and Bluetooth which still developing protocols and adapting to market niches, Smart Antenna technology is moving directly into maturing markets that are ready and waiting to imbibe add-on features to existing products.
SAC is developing new patents to allow for expansion into other market niches that include consumer products and healthcare, with a focus upon proprietary ventures that introduce imaginative, safe, and effective new solutions for the global marketplace.
OTCBB: IFHR), an innovative staffing company acquiring and accelerating the growth of staffing businesses in high-margin market niches, announced that the blue collar placement division of wholly owned subsidiary INfe Human Resources of New York, Inc.
OTCBB: IFHR), an innovative staffing company acquiring and accelerating the growth of staffing businesses in high-margin market niches, has enabled rapid expansion and improved performance within the white collar placement division of wholly owned staffing subsidiary INfe Human Resources of New York, Inc.
OTCBB: IFHR), an innovative staffing company acquiring and accelerating the growth of staffing businesses in high-margin market niches, is exploiting growth opportunities in the thriving $70 billion US staffing market.
Gains will result from increasing production (albeit from a weak 2001 base), marginally higher overall loading factors and continued penetration of high performance market niches.