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business case

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Definition of business case in English:

noun

A justification for a proposed project or undertaking on the basis of its expected commercial benefit: we have to put a business case forward to the managers as to why the training is necessary
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  • The competition is fierce, and without a proven business case and strong focus, you can't succeed.
  • If an ironclad business case can be made for why those ideals should trump all else, no one has made it yet.
  • The business case for competition being better for consumers has been made repeatedly, not just in Ireland but around the world.

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