- the extent to which a product is recognized and bought by customers in a particular market
- Market penetration, visibility and consumer awareness
- Objectives for environmental improvement and market penetration
- Both types of market penetration are hampered by the strengthened market position of PI.
- At the end of 2002 market penetration was 72,4 % of the population (68 % in 2001).
- Those barriers to the market penetration of innovation technologies are particularly relevant for environmental technologies.
- enhancing the technology verification process in order to identify and remove obstacles to future market penetration;
- It is clear that the Community Eco-label has not yet achieved satisfactory market penetration.
- Secondly, WAM SpA received aid for setting up the market penetration programme and therefore made certain savings.
- Similarly, the ultimate goal of the market penetration programme was to sell WAM SpA’s products in Japan.
- In particular, the market share of imports in Turkey was very low, at 3,3 %, whereas the market penetration of imports in the USA was at 39 %.
- Terrestrial continues to be the main means of television viewing in Italy, with a market penetration of some 19 million households out of a total of 22 million.
- In terms of first giro accounts held by private customers, it estimates its own market share or penetration in 2002 at 48 %.
- The objectives for environmental improvement and market penetration will be set out in the light of the revision of the scheme.
- The EUEB should improve the reporting mechanisms already in place to establish annual statistics for tracking this market penetration for the different product groups.
- A first implication of this discrepancy is that the market penetration and share of Chinese exports is even more significant than originally thought.