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Synonyms for business

Synonyms for business

commercial, industrial, or professional activity in general

the commercial transactions of customers with a supplier

something that concerns or involves one personally

something to be done, considered, or dealt with

Synonyms for business

the activity of providing goods and services involving financial and commercial and industrial aspects

a rightful concern or responsibility

an immediate objective

customers collectively

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Commercial banks were the primary source of traditional credit.(16) Other important sources of such credit were finance companies, family and individuals, leasing companies, and other businesses. Commercial banks were the most frequent source for credit lines, mortgages, motor vehicle loans, and equipment loans.
This unique program links talent, technology, capital, and "know-how" to give leverage to entrepreneurial talent, to accelerate the commercialization of technology (Smilor, 1987), and to increase the success rate of start-up of new businesses.
First, it made sure that 8(a) businesses gained an increasingly greater percentage of their contracts from businesses and agencies outside of the set-aside program.
The SBCS performs market research, business planning, accounting services and promotional planning for small businesses throughout Northern Ontario.
"Operation GO" augments the City and State's ongoing outreach campaign to small businesses affected by Sept.
A receipt sorting, organizing and summarizing service for small businesses.
* In the WHCC 2002 survey of 513 Hispanic businesses, more than 75% were in business for 10 or less years and 53% had been started within the last five years.
It's important that DoD seeks out ideas from small businesses, Krieg said, since they make up such a large portion of the U.S.
"But these businesses aren't ends in themselves," says John Johnson, president and CEO.
Walker, who led technology for Hartford life's group benefits division, will now lead the company's enterprise-wide technology initiatives involving its four primary businesses: investment products, individual life insurance, group benefits insurance and international businesses in Brazil, Japan and the United Kingdom.
[A SWOT analysis is a process used in businesses in their strategic planning process as an opportunity to identify a company's strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats].
In 2003 small companies made up 99.7% of the 23.7 million businesses in the United States, according to the federal government, and research shows CPAs are among the top professionals to whom small businesses turn for professional and personal financial advice.
Over the past decade, the number of home-based businesses in the United States has grown tremendously.