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high-touch Line breaks: high-touch

Definition of high-touch in English:

adjective

Denoting or relating to a business characterized by a very close relationship with its customers or clients: a high-touch consultancy high-touch customer service that the big retailers just can’t give
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  • The senior vice-president of operations said: 'We're trying to balance the high-tech, high-touch thing.'
  • Paulo Freire's high-touch experiences with Brazilian literacy programs might teach us how to enfranchise digitally illiterate people in developed societies.
  • Because the hospitality business is high-touch and, therefore labor-intensive, high employee morale and low employee costs are critical.

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