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adaptable

(ə-dăp′tə-bəl)
adj.
Capable of adapting or of being adapted.

a·dapt′a·bil′i·ty, a·dapt′a·ble·ness n.
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With their knowledge and experience in the retail industry, and having already developed Retail Birmingham's new visual identity and website, Adaptable was the obvious choice to help promote Style Birmingham Live and give the brand a fresh look.
We are very excited to win this award and will continue to deliver quality results," said President of Adaptable Business Concepts, Chris Migner.
Adaptable Business Concepts' main client is the leading provider in telecommunications in the nation.
Most business systems and most businesses are not ready for autonomous self -organization akin to that in nature, yet they must become more adaptable.
There is a dress bar over the entrance serving the upper levels of the lyric theatre and overlooking the piazza; other bars serve the adaptable theatre and, at ground level, the foyer.
They are much more adaptable, with features such as semi-permanent thresholds to become barrier-free showers, more tile hooks in reachable locations and leg ledges that help enable lower-body hygiene for older folks who are unable to bend to wash their feet.
It's always encouraging to get out with your team and support a great cause," said Chris Migner, President of Adaptable Business Concepts.
Adaptable was founded by Dan Cooper and Olly Sorsby and the team was also responsible for the design of the TEDxBrum event website.
The Best and Brightest competition provides an overall assessment report which summarized how Adaptable Business Concepts compares to other organizations.
We have a clever enemy, an adaptable enemy, so we must be clever and adaptable," Moran said.
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