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organic development

Internal growth based on adjusting and adapting to the situations at hand. For example, new information systems might evolve incrementally based on user feedback rather than starting anew with a system from a third party. See organic search.
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Paul Rollinson, President and CEO, made the following comments in relation to Kinross organic development projects:
The planning permission granted today is the result of persistence and diligence on the part of our development team over a long period and underpins the value of our organic development activities in Wales.
The design and build of the website has been managed by Organic Development.
military officials in Kabul said that they aren't providing any support to the Andar movement, but are watching whether they can help without damaging its organic development, the report said.
Instead there was an ever-changing acceptance of diversity based on organic development which was guaranteed through union.
All other divisions showed a disappointing organic development, according to the bank.
THE RESTORATION AND ORGANIC DEVELOPMENT OF THE ROMAN RITE.
Terra Markets pointed the recent acquisition of sector player Bringsvor Lak by Salmar, which is expected to register a volume growth of 32% in 2011, driven by acquisitions and organic development.
The operational focus which underpins organic development in our managed pubs is based on the principles of food, families, females and forty/fiftysomethings - which we designed five years ago to recognise longer-term market trends including growth in the eating-out market, the smoking ban and demographic trends," said the statement.
Growth will come through a combination of mergers and acquisitions, cross border takeovers, organic development and a massive 20pc increase in the demand for data transmission over the next five years,' said AlixPartners in Dubai director Nnenna Ilomechina in an interview with the GDN.
Ryder Europe was established in 1971 and has grown through acquisition and organic development into a sizeable force in transportation with turnover of [pounds sterling]186.
The company continues to leverage both organic development and acquisitions to deliver increased business agility to clients.