- n. Plural form of geography.
“One area of major concern for our women employees across all of our global geographies is work-life balance.”
“You can also drill-down to specific states or metros (region or cities in geographies outside the US).”
“At least for certain geographies it must have some impact.”
“We've seen investor diversification in both types and geographies, which is a key factor to the healthy growth of this market.”
“I've been with the organization for a year and I'm certain that when it comes to service and delivering service in our geographies, which is really the basis of why distribution exists, we are second to none," says Fred A. Buehler, managing director.”
“We provide the interconnection opportunities between networks in these different geographies, which is important as many need to partner of our interconnect with other networks to expand their global reach.”
“The effort to rename geographies to tribal name is part of a broader "reindigenizing" effort.”
“It's also a question of how the categories are working with the geographies, which is really the principle behind the restructuring that we did a couple of years ago.”
“This quarter's continued business growth is a result of strong customer retention, expansion of existing relationships and new business sales in our targeted market segments and geographies, which is validation of the value we deliver to the customers and clients we serve around the world," said David M. Cordani, President and Chief Executive Officer of CIGNA”
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