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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Family Heritage is a privately-held company with an established market niche selling supplemental health products to families, farms and small businesses, primarily in rural communities.
With 11 locations in Virginia and North Carolina, Taylor's Do it Center has a well-established niche selling everything someone needs to play cornhole, the bag-toss game.
Shari Short, co-owner and president of Medical Equipment Direct, hopes to carve out a niche selling used, discounted mobility equipment.
US exporters could find a niche selling GM-free soybeans to Britain and France, where many retailers have spurned GM produce in response to consumer concerns over possible health and environmental risks.
com, which has carved out a successful niche selling women's cosmetics and healthcare products over the internet.
Listen to your customers and think through ways your store can cultivate niche selling in popular categories.
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Banking on the popularity of nearby Louisiana State University (LSU), the store has developed a strong niche selling merchandise of all sorts that carries LSU's name, colors or mascot.
com/reports/c33327) has announced the addition of E-Learning Course: The Convince Stage in Niche Selling to their offering.
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GAFR's insurance subsidiaries have a niche selling primarily fixed annuities to the K-12 education market.