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segmentation

seg muhn tay shuhn

  • n  (embryology) the repeated division of a fertilised ovum
  • n  the act of dividing or partitioning; separation by the creation of a boundary that divides or keeps apart

  • He mastered the concept of market segmentation--Chevrolets for Everyman, Cadillacs for the wealthy--to better target GM's sales and avoid internal competition, a strategy that left .
  • The survey, along with other data, make up what's called a "mosaic," segmentation of Americans grouped into 50 sections by similar behavior, interest and political affiliation.
  • I wonder if the segmentation of television via cableinternet might mean that soaps continue on, on say SOAPnet? I mean, they are a pretty amazing place to incubate talent, and .
Quotes

  • Joe Moglia in Forbes
    We are committed to intensifying our position in this space, and further advancing our client segmentation strategy,Ameritrade CEO Joe Moglia said.
  • Liam Byrne in guardian.co.uk
    Mr Byrne said: "The position I'm in is really needing to understand in more detail than I do at the moment the precise segmentation of people whose positions have not been regularised."

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