The geographic area around a store from which that store can reasonably be expected to draw customers.
A geographical area representing a particular market. For example, an area where the Internet is used.
Any area in which the company feels that gas can be sold in the public convenience and necessity to the benefit of the company and stockholders.
the area served by a particular settlement, shop or service. (See sphere of influence).
A geographical area containing the customers/users of a particular firm/library for specific goods or services. (The library's legal service area.)
Geographic area from which a store draws its customers.
Through sales and inventory analysis, the City's Assessment Division is able to group properties that are similar in age, size, location and value into six distinct Market Areas. Properties in these areas are further grouped into valuation neighbourhoods. On the Assessment and Sales Statistic Page, the Market Area Profile provides an overview for a particular group of properties within one of the six market areas ("Residential" for example). This information describes the property group's characteristics and compares the similarities and differences in assessment change for the property group in different areas (city-wide, market area, and valuation neighbourhood.)
The geographic market boundaries of a wireless license. Each license application as granted defines its own market area boundaries.
The targeted geographic area or areas in which the principal markets potential is located. It may be the same as an MO's defined service area, but not necessarily. Market areas frequently overlap service areas.
A geographical area in which supply and demand operate to influence the course of industrial and commercial activities, for example, a Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA).
A geographic zone containing the people who are likely to purchase a firm's goods or services. Market areas can be determined by the number of customers and by weighted value (any numeric information in the customer database, such as sales or visits). Applications include: Trade Area Analysis, Site Selection, Territory Management
The range in which the forces of supply and demand operate; often defined in terms of geographic markets, the true market area may involve a non-geographic base such as a type of traveler in a lodging facility; a family on vacation; or a family moving to find employment.
The targeted geographic area or areas of greatest market potential. The market area does not have to be the same as the post acute facility's catchment area.
A regional area from which one can expect the greatest demand for a specific product or service.