Definition of business unit in English:

business unit

Syllabification: busi·ness u·nit

noun

1 another term for strategic business unit. he is responsible for a business unit with a $4million turnover and 20 reports
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  • "The way that we're set up as a separate business unit with our own board - and the fact that we're quite visible within the group - has given us a focus that is perhaps lacking in other organisations."
  • It may use new offices to create a business unit that incorporates the Pershing acquisition.
  • This will be combined into one business unit, with a reorganisation of its direct and indirect sales forces.
2A building (typically one of a number of similar buildings) or a self-contained section of a building intended for use as business premises: approximately 214,000 residential units and 30,000 business units sustained structural damage in the earthquake
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  • The top floor of the car park development will contain six apartments while a further eight will be included in Abbey Court, to the rear of existing apartments and business units in Abbey Street.
  • It is anticipated that up to 250 staff will be employed in the business units once they are all occupied.
  • He added: "Converting old barns into business units can not only increase the farmer's income, but add value to the local economy, filling the gaps in the small workspace market and possibly providing jobs"

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