service firm

NOUN
  1. a business that makes its facilities available to others for a fee; achieves economy of scale
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How To Use service firm In A Sentence

  • In particular, dot.coms, technology and financial service firms, the drivers of the new economy, are expected to have significant impact during this year's upfront.
  • It is notable that the large accountancy firms now refer to themselves as' professional service firms'.
  • Net service firm MSN closed down its unmoderated UK chat rooms last October over concerns paedophiles were using them for grooming.
  • Certain service firms also sprang up within the area, but these aimed to satisfy a strictly local demand.
  • It is notable that the large accountancy firms now refer to themselves as' professional service firms'.
  • While extractive industries like mining depend on the physical resources of the country where they operate, many manufacturing and service firms do not.
  • As stated above, it is expected that both service firms and those targeting consumers are more likely to localize their Web sites.
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