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Ver definición en español de diversificar
verbo transitivo diversifies, diversifying, diversified
- Most diversified companies get that way through acquisitions.
- But even he concedes that diversified companies with less advertising exposure are worth entertaining in this environment.
- It's a broadly diversified company that is AAA-rated.
- From its origins in shipping, the company became a major, diversified international company.
- As a proprietor, Chan diversified the business to include metal products for interior decoration.
- We have also diversified our business model and now provide a lot of consulting and support to our clients in addition to software.
- More generally, it seems that diversified businesses grow faster and growth tends to be greatest if the diversification is unrelated.
- During the second half of the period, stamp issues reflected more diversified Canadian business activity.
- ‘We expect to be a more diversified company; we expect to be a larger company,’ Foster says.
- Soon Mr Doig had diversified his business interest.
- We have to make diversified business so attractive financially in the Bahamas, that it negates the threat of natural disaster.
- Nino said more diversified businesses will survive better during tough times.
- Maintaining family control while building publicly traded, widely diversified media corporations is not easy.
- Today people are diversifying their business interests and entrepreneurs are pursuing new ideas.
- Thus, the producers who adopted weekly farrowing were the larger, less diversified producers with greater farm asset value.
- Within a few years of arriving in Dublin, McKillen began diversifying his business interests.
- But they also are structured to diversify the company.
- Recently, he diversified his operations by launching an asset management firm.
- By the end of the war Kidman was also diversifying his business.
- The company is also diversifying its product mix to attract new customers.
verbo intransitivo diversifies, diversifying, diversified
1diversificarseto diversify into sth
- But many of the best financial companies have diversified into other businesses that won't be hit by rising rates.
- As Haines notes, other non-dairy companies have diversified into milk-based products.
- The company has recently diversified into sports management and ticket sales.
- The turning point came when the company diversified into other commercial services.
- The company recently diversified into the organic food market and has launched its products in Delhi and Mumbai.
- Similarly, as companies diversify and industry groups broaden, product and market conflicts of interest arise.
- The company diversified into trailer-making after WWII, using many of the same methods and materials.
- With the mainstay fishing industry facing stagnation, companies are diversifying.
- In Asia Pacific companies often diversify successfully into new businesses, which are totally different and considered non-core.
- Avena was originally set up by a North Yorkshire farmer who diversified into homeopathic products.
- More and more farmers are now diversifying into non-food businesses such as horse-riding, farm shops and tourism.
- From lemon grass research, the centre has diversified into new areas.
- Many farmers across Ryedale have diversified into tourism as an alternative income to traditional farming.
- More and more skippers swallowed their prides, converted their trawlers and diversified into shellfish.
- The crew continued to trawl for whitefish long after many others abandoned the traditional catch and diversified into shellfish.
- Like any other industry, tourism needs to be diversified in order for the country to gain maximum benefit.
- The brothers have had to diversify in order to stay in business and do car repairs, services and recoveries.
- Four years ago, the company diversified into manufacturing by buying Lee Cooper.
- Farmers these days have to diversify to survive, and we had a good look at the options available.
- In our case we were able to do it because some years previously we had diversified into plant growing and seed production.
- Who wins may matter less now that the company is more diversified, Lord argues.
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