The geographic area or areas in which a research project takes place. A market may be a region of the country, a state, a county, a city or some portion of a city.
The number of people and their spending for your product line within your geographic boundaries.
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a group of products and an associated geographic area with certain economic characteristics that will be described in subsequent paragraphs
The number of people and their total spending (actual or potential) for your product line within the geographic limits of your distribution ability. The market share is the percentage of your sales compared to the sales of your competitors in total for a particular product line.
geographic area in which the Company and its bottling partners do business, often defined by national boundaries.
A geographic location where a commodity is traded or the price at which a commodity is traded.
A specific political, geographical, economic, or statistical area (i.e., Los Angeles Metro Market).
The rating services divide the country into markets made up of counties whose audience is dominated by a group of stations. The market name comes from the cities that the major stations are licensed from.
Term used to designate a given geographical or economic area.
for television advertisers, a distinct geographic area surrounding a city or cities that is the area of dominant influence for the city's broadcast TV stations (see "area of dominant influence").