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- n. Executive Vice President
- n. Employee value proposition
- n. Electric vacuum pump
- n. Electronic voice phenomenon
- proper n. The Estonian Left Party
- proper n. The Evangelical People's Party of Switzerland
- proper n. The Evangelical People's Party (Netherlands)
- proper n. Enhanced Virus Protection
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Sounds, as Tony the Tiger says, GRRREEEAAAT!, now wearing the title EVP, Digital Media and Business Development and his focus is on E!
T the first installment in this unlikely franchise was pretty bad, though the idea of EVP in and of itself is pretty damned creepy.
Samsung Intercept is now up for pre-order on Sprint's so-called EVP site for business discount customers where it's selling for $99.99 on a two-year contract after rebate (though we imagine regular customers coming into corporate retail stores might have to pay more than that).
Watertown, Mass. -based EnVivo will use its $611,000 grant towards preclinical studies of its drug target, called EVP-0334, and Cambridge, Mass. -based FoldRx will use its funding to advance its early stage drug candidate, both designed to slow the progression of Parkinson's disease.
It's known as EVP, electronic voice phenomena, and I started researching this stuff.
Recommended using Office or what is referred to as the EVP Suite if your organization is at a certain level of maturity (Gartner's Level 1 - 2).
If they do, obviously I'd have to call EVP something else, like Escape Velocity Books
But the ghost story piece for tomorrow night, tentatively titled "I Hear Voices" or more simply "EVP", is coming along nicely.
You've got to go see capt-jim and click on the link (in one of his two entries for today) that says "EVP".
"Audience and data is sexy" and is key to the success of branded content, says Stephanie Sarofian, Managing Director of Brand Content and EVP at Digitas, in this interview with