The Market Sample Clauses

The Market. 6.5.1. Define the target market for the future product in Israel and abroad, the existing market segments (customers with similar characteristics), the market distribution on a geographical basis, and the market dynamics. Hebrew English Large market potential in the target markets (United States, Europe and Japan) estimated at 10 thousand mental health institutions and another 100 thousand registered psychiatrists. 240 million people out of the entire world population suffer from depression and 20% are at risk of developing severe depression at some stage in their lives. The depressive segment is the largest of all CNS sufferers and that is the main target market in the first stage of launching the project, although the device’s ability to stimulate deep regions of the brain opens an extremely large variety of additional applications. Various addictions, including drugs, smoking, alcohol — more than 48 million Americans suffer from various addictions. The annual cost of treatment is estimated at 360 billion dollars. Obesity — 80 million Americans suffer from obesity. The annual cost of treatment is estimated at 220 billion dollars.
The Market. In The Netherlands the sales of the Dutch PTT constitutes approximately Nlg 11 billion per annum. Approximately one quarter of that volume is generated through international telecommunication, the target market for MTC. The total amount of calling minutes per annum for all outward international calls for the Western European territory, not including the UK, is approximately 13.99 billion. Considering that on average each minute represents approximately Nlg 2,- in revenue, the international calling volume in Dutch Guilders would therefore be approximately 28 billion per annum (or US$ 17,5 billion). This volume is enormous indeed, and provides the relevant background to MTC WE marketing efforts. Projected sales by MTC WE over 1996 of US$ 5.2 million (approximately Nlg 8 million) would constitute a market share of 0,029%, which is marginal in relative terms. The world-wide market for Call-Hack services was estimated US$ 80 million in 1993, US$ 330 million in 1994, and is expected to grow to approximately US$ one billion within five years. The Call-Back market has been growing, and will continue to grow at an explosive rate. Presently a detailed market study is being conducted in which the important competitors of MTC are being analysed in terms of respective market share, rates, quality of service, and market positioning. However, based on past studies a great deal of information on the competition has already been obtained. From this information, it appears that within the segment of call back providers, MTC occupies a unique position in the market. The direct competitor in this area is Telegroup Inc., an American company that started its services approximately 5 years ago. Telegroup is rivalling MTC in size and sales volume. However, it is evident that the medium and longer term strategy of MTC is stronger and better developed, with clear competitive advantages. Regarding the present situation, MTC has a clear advantage over Telegroup in terms of : . rates, . quality of lines, . reliability of connections, . capacity . time needed to connect a new client to the system, . response time of the call back system. . availability of reliable dialler systems In all of these areas MTC has distinct and quantifiable advantages. The main disadvantage of MTC so far, has been the unavailability of discounts on the intra-European calls. These discounts have been available to Telegroup for nearly a year. However, as of August 1995, MTC has introduced competitive discounts...
The Market. PEP acknowledges that it has rights with the Ministry of Education to publish and sell English as a Foreign Language student textbooks, teacher guide books, audio cassettes and other related Products under the new curriculum to be implemented September 2001. These rights include the Grades 1 -12 markets in China on a nation-wide basis. PEP agrees that it will publish and sell Alpha's Products on an exclusive basis for the market defined above with the exception of the current EFL series, published by PEP and originally developed with Longmans, which is being revised.
The Market. Contrary to popular opinion, Luxury vehicle sales have not collapsed as much as their non-Luxury counterparts. Luxury vehicle sales generally benefited from financially healthier dealerships, better leasing, certified pre-owned programs and loyal customers. Therefore, sales are expected to rebound more quickly than mass market cars. Others note that there is growing interest in Luxury vehicles from emerging markets such as China and Russia. In June, 2010 Global Economic Report (a publication of Scotia Bank) published that there has been a 17% year over year gain in U.S. passenger vehicle sales. That’s good news; however, domestically the economy continues to stagnate. Cars are a necessity and with lease expirations and there is a need to replace vehicles. The price conscious consumer is more likely to look for a bargain and use FleetRates.com to save money. Surprisingly, the International market has increased in certain countries, specifically, China, Russia and the Middle East. In fact, Luxury Car sales increased 66% in the first quarter of this year, while Mercedes Benz reported sales in China have increased 112% in the same period. FleetRates.com currently has 3 primary customers: the affluent United States consumer, U.S. auto dealers and non-USA consumers and dealers seeking Luxury and hard-to-find automobiles at lower prices.
The Market. PEP acknowledges that it has rights with the Ministry of Education to publish and sell English as a Foreign Language supplemental books, teacher guide books, audio cassettes and other related Products. These rights include the Grades 7-12 markets in China on a nation-wide basis. PEP agrees that it will publish and sell Alpha's Products on an exclusive basis for the supplemental reading market only.
The Market. The market for Legal CBD teas is national and international and the basis for tea consumption worldwide exceeds one billion consumers. Patients who desire an alternative to inhaled cannabis and individuals who wish to enjoy the benefits of CBD and /or THC via a hot or cold tea beverage are estimated at 10,000 thousand consumers per month in the United States alone. The profitability projection is therefore in excess of 2.6 million dollars annually for domestic sales.
The Market. Value Approach2 — 3 This approach is based on an estimate of the fair rental for the appraised property, based on transactions in other properties which resemble it in location, character, level of risk involved and their marketability. The final appraisal is carried out by using the relevant comparative coefficients of the property concerned as against the benchmark transactions.
The Market. The PDA is the owner and/or manager of most of the Pike Place Market Historic District (the "Market") identified in Exhibit A to this agreement Licensee desires to conduct guided walking tours of the Market (“the Tours”).

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