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Synonyms for spin-off

a product made during the manufacture of something else

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ANTON DU BEKE TOUR DATES: 32 SPIN-OFFS: Dance Those Magical Musicals (Jan-March).
The only dance pro to have been in Strictly from the beginning, Anton, 52, is estimated to earn PS100,000 from yearly spin-offs and Christmas specials with former pro partner Erin Boag, 44.
The only dance pro to have been in Strictly from the beginning, Anton, 52, is estimated to earn 100k from yearly spin-offs and Christmas specials with former pro partner Erin Boag, 44.
University spin-offs are a particular type of new innovation-driven enterprises, characterized by high human capital and technology intensive production processes, often aiming at developing into high-growth businesses in the industry and services sectors.
The phenomenon of university spin-offs is complex, multidimensional, high risk and influenced by factors of diverse nature that include factors related to the production, transfer of knowledge, financing, the founding teams, or the support provided by the institution of origin, among others.
Oh boy, what a golden age of indiscriminate animated spin-offs that era was.
Film-makers across the world should be picking up the baton here, creating dumb little cartoon spin-offs of their unsuccessful films in the hope that they can retroactively grow into cult hits.
Keywords: corporate spin-offs, customers, suppliers, practices, general understandings.
As for the four spin-offs, their respective parent companies were not diversified holding companies but entities focused on a single line of business.
Thompson and Apilado (2006) report that carve-outs with spin-offs announced prior to or concurrent with the carve-out date (hereafter, pre-announced spin-offs) have higher returns than COSOs with spin-offs announced after the carve-out date (hereafter, post-announced spin-offs).
In addition, he launched The Spin-Off Report Radar Screen and Hidden Opportunities, which provided sum-of-the-parts valuations for potential spin-offs or other event-driven stocks.
Palabras clave: Emprendimiento universitario; Transferencia de conocimiento; Spin-offs academicas; Programas de apoyo al emprendimiento.
Given the structure of many Qatari companies, especially family businesses that have traditionally developed into multiple-sector operations, a corporate spin-off may prove to be an attractive option to increase financial performance and diversify their activities and concentrate their efforts on one sector; and the market may react positively to announcements of spin-offs.
In summary, spin-offs need to possess both tangible and intangible resources in order to succeed.