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Synonyms for niche

Synonyms for niche

the proper or designated location


Synonyms for niche

a position particularly well suited to the person who occupies it

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an enclosure that is set back or indented

(ecology) the status of an organism within its environment and community (affecting its survival as a species)

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If you're thinking it might be a good idea to be a nicher, congratulations.
Ces cooperatives tentent d'ameliorer leur productivite, prennent le virage technologique dans leurs usines et developpent leur competitivite en essayant, par diverses operations de transformation du bois, de se nicher dans des marches specifiques.
In addition, nicher has seen strong growth in its digital subscriber base with UPC Direct in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary, DigiTV in Romania and Cyfra+ in Poland.
= 0.01) Only Company in the Industry 5.0% 2.9% 1.0% Market Leader 26.2% 22.1% 34.0% Market Challenger 26.8% 26.5% 39.0% Market Follower 36.9% 40.7% 21.0% Nicher 5.0% 7.7% 5.0% (a) Data in the rows and columns are categorical, hence the use of chi-square tests.
The word "niche" is defined as "a situation or activity suited to a person's ability' Interestingly enough, the word itself is derived from the French "se nicher," which is translated as "to build a nest." Finding your niche in the business world is exactly that: building your nest.
Meme si plusieurs especes d'oies, de canards, de huarts, de mouettes et de sternes nichent sur les iles et dans les zones humides longeant le rivage de la mer de Beaufort, cette region voit relativement peu d'oiseaux mains qui viennent y nicher en comparaison de l'est du C anada arctique et de la mer de Bering.
Sham liberty, sham monarchy, sham glory, sham justice,--ou diable donc la verite va-t-elle se nicher?" So Thackeray complains in "The Fetes of July" (PSB, p.
These included the need to obtain a spread of products; large and medium-sized companies; market leaders, market followers and a nicher; and suppliers of branded products and of own brand.