Complementary Business definition

Complementary Business means business activities conducted by SunRice which are not “Rice Milling and Marketing” activities, including CopRice, rice cakes, flour, specialty rice foods group (SRFG), Riviana Foods Pty Ltd and Trukai Industries Limited.
Complementary Business means a business permitted by the Authority in a veterinary medicinal products outlet;

Examples of Complementary Business in a sentence

  • However, the Coach must not condition the sale or use of their Complementary Business services on the purchase of OPTAVIA products, including, but not limited to, offering discounted services to prospective or existing customers of their Complementary Business who purchase OPTAVIA products or vice versa.

  • For CIT purposes, the tax transparency regime also applies to ACE’s Complementary Business Groupings (ACE’s) constituted and operating in accordance with the applicable law and to European Economic Interest Groupings (AEIE’s), treated as resident.

  • The Board will annually determine an appropriate dividend after considering the needs of the business and Shareholders as a whole at that time.Further, the Board believes that if the historical levels of Complementary Business profitability (over the last 3 years) continue, then the SunRice business would have the capacity to pay a dividend of up to $14m per annum.

  • Beyond Credit: The Role of Complementary Business Development Services in Promoting Innovation Among Small Producers.

  • For CIT purposes, the tax transparency regime also applies to Complementary Business Groupings (ACEs) constituted and operating in accordance with the applicable law and to European Economic Interest Groupings (EEIGs), treated as resident.

  • Net Revenues reflected a solid sales performance from the commercial efforts across several countries and the higher outcome of other revenues (83.8% in 4Q16, 38.2% in 2016 proforma) driven mainly by the contribution of Complementary Business.

  • Ms. Kansinee Sanongchitcharoen Director of Complementary Business Department8.

  • PAPST, NPffs and Patent Aggregators – New, Complementary Business Models for Modern IP Markets, in 48 les Nouvelles, 94 (2013), at p.

  • Provisions currently stand at $2.13 million representing a reduction of over $200,000 from August which is a positive sign as staff take leave reducing the Shire’s liability.

  • Second coat of white wash wherever specified shall be applied only after written permission and certification by the Engineer In-charge.


More Definitions of Complementary Business

Complementary Business means any business that operates in the same industry as, has the same Standard Industry Classification as, or that is complementary to or otherwise enhances the core business of, the Company, including without limitation the business of providing Internet services.
Complementary Business means any business that operates in the same ---------------------- industry as, has the same Standard Industry Classification as, or that is complementary to or otherwise enhances the core business of, the Company, including without limitation the business of providing Internet services.

Related to Complementary Business

  • Alarm business means the business by any individual, partnership, corporation, or other entity of selling, leasing, maintaining, servicing, repairing, altering, replacing, moving or installing any alarm system or causing to be sold, leased, maintained, serviced, repaired, altered, replaced, moved or installed any alarm system in or on any building, structure or facility.

  • Company Business means the business of the Company as presently conducted.

  • Micro Business means a company which either:

  • Licensed Business means the activities connected with the conveyance of

  • Cannabis business means any business activity involving cannabis, including but not limited to cultivating, transporting, distributing, manufacturing, compounding, converting, processing, preparing, storing, packaging, delivering, testing, dispensing, retailing and wholesaling of cannabis, of cannabis products or of ancillary products and accessories, whether or not carried on for gain or profit.

  • Subject Business means the policy or policies that are the subject of the Insurance Business Transfer Plan.

  • food business means any undertaking, whether for profit or not and whether public or private, carrying out any of the activities related to any stage of production, processing and distribution of food;

  • Business Activities shall be deemed to include any activities which are included in the Company's Business now or during the effective period of this Agreement.

  • Retained Businesses means all businesses now, previously or hereafter conducted by Parent, the Sellers or any of their Subsidiaries or Affiliates, other than the Business.

  • Parent Business has the meaning set forth in the Separation and Distribution Agreement.

  • Generation Business means the licensed business (if any) of the Licenseeand any affiliate or related undertaking of the Licensee in the generation of electricity or the provision of Ancillary Services;

  • Core Business means any material line of business conducted by Holdings and its Subsidiaries as of the Closing Date and any business directly related thereto.

  • Valid business purpose means one or more business purposes that alone or in combination

  • Business has the meaning set forth in the Recitals.

  • Local Business means a business serving as a contractor as defined in Business and Professions Code section 7026 or a business supplying construction-related materials that has its principal headquarters or permanently staffed regional office and that has held a business license within the zip codes listed above for Local Hire for a minimum of three months prior to the date the entity submits a bid, contract, or proposal for a Public Project. A Local Business contractor must also be properly registered with the Department of Industrial Relations in accordance with Labor Code section 1725.5. Local Business shall also mean any state or nationally certified minority-owned, women-owned, or disabled veteran business that has performed work for the District or other public agency within the zip codes listed above for Local Hire during the past four years. Certification for a disabled veteran business must be provided to the District. Local Business shall also mean a business that participates in an internship program that is currently approved or recognized by the District. The entity may also apply to obtain District approval of its internship program. The internship program must be approved by the District and must be completed by the end of the specific Public Project or by the next semester immediately after completion of the specific Public Project. Local Business shall also mean any entity that uses apprentices from a District approved apprenticeship program.