(redirected from Business Expansion)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Legal, Financial, Encyclopedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Synonyms for expansion

Synonyms for expansion

the act of increasing in dimensions, scope, or inclusiveness

a wide and open area, as of land, sky, or water

Synonyms for expansion

the act of increasing (something) in size or volume or quantity or scope

a function expressed as a sum or product of terms

a discussion that provides additional information

References in periodicals archive ?
Proceeds of the issue will be used to diversify the bank's funding sources and support business expansion,' PSBank senior vice president and treasurer Perfecto Ramon Dimayuga Jr.
The decision to increase its PP spunbond production capacity is promoted as a part of the Asia, America and Emerging Country Business Expansion (AE-II) Project to capitalize on the growth of Asia, Americas and emerging countries in other regions, where significant economic expansion is expected, as well as of Life Innovation Business Expansion (LI) Project, which calls for improving the quality of health care, easing the burden at medical institutions and contributing to health and longevity.
The initiative will direct USD40 million in grants to fund organizations that support quality job development and small to mid-tier business expansion in underserved West coast communities, including Phoenix.
On investment outlook for firms in Qatar, Yousef M al-Jaida, chief strategic development officer, QFCA, said manufacturing firms are planning to invest in business expansion in Q1, 2014 because of growing sales expectations in the coming months.
According to Bumi President Director Ari Hudaja, 'We need to raise funds to finance our business expansion, which will include acquisitions (of companies) later this year.
The paucity of space available for business expansions, especially industrial ones, played a bigger role in the decline than firms fleeing the region.
In the Committee's discussion of current and prospective economic developments, members commented on widespread statistical and anecdotal indications of considerably greater strength in the business expansion than they had anticipated earlier, with numerous industries now operating at or beyond historic, long-run capacity levels.
New market research report "2013 European Infectious Disease Testing Market: France, Germany, Italy, Spain, UK Emerging Opportunities and Business Expansion Strategies" worked out by Venture Planning Group (VPG) provides a comprehensive overview of the infectious disease testing market in the five European countries - France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the UK.
electronics manufacturing service provider, declared that it is selling up to P3 billion worth of shares to fund its business expansion, capital expenditure and capital requirements.
More and more real estate and business owners are converting business expansion and relocation from a cost to a benefit.
The Service was quick to respond with Letting Ruling (TAM) 9310001, suggesting that business expansion costs "might not be currently deductible.
Manufacturing inventories rebounded in July from a sizable June decline; the stock-shipments ratio remained near the lows of the current business expansion.
New research report "The 2012 European Blood Banking Market: France, Germany, Italy, Spain, UK - Emerging Opportunities and Business Expansion Strategies" prepared by Venture Planning Group (VPG) explores future marketing and technological trends in Europe's five major markets - France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK; provides estimates of the test volume, instrument placements and sales; compares features of major automated and semi-automated analyzers; profiles top and emerging competitors; and identifies specific product and market opportunities facing suppliers during the next five years.
Overall, 61% of firms in the sector expect an increase in sales, 64% expect an increase in orders and 40% expect to invest in business expansion in Q3, 2014.
Business expansion in Los Angeles County was down slightly in 2003, a favorable outcome given the weakened state of the economy and dearth of hiring at local companies, according to a Los Angeles Economic Development Corp.
Full browser ?