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dictionary | November 17, 2015

Head-to-Head Competition

Definition

(noun) A type of business competition in which businesses compete directly, perhaps because they produce the same product or target the same demographics.

Example

“Retreating from head-to-head competition isn’t in our nature, because the battle fosters innovation.”

Alternate definition: A duel, hunger game or frontier face off to establish which company will become the go-to for a specific demographic.

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