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Growth industry strategies

 Business strategies that may be more advantageous for firms participating in rapidly growing industries and markets .  At this stage, growth industries that emphasize brand recognition, product differentiation, and the financial resources to support both heavy marketing expenses and the effect of price competition on cash flow can be key strengths.

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