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bouwkolom

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  • bouwkolom

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  • construction vertical
  • construction industry vertical, construction sector vertical, construction market vertical

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Vertical and horizontal market

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A vertical market is a market in which vendors offer goods and services specific to an industry, trade, profession, or other group of customers with specialized needs. A horizontal market is a market in which a product or service meets a need of a wide range of buyers across different sectors of an economy.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vertical_and_horizontal_market

What is the difference between a vertical and a horizontal market?

Posted by David S. Rose on December 1st, 2013
A vertical market is one in which all of your customers are in one particular industry, regardless of where in the food chain they are. For example, the site Noodle.org is a vertical search engine for the education industry. It doesn’t matter if you’re looking for a kindergarten class, an Ivy League college, or an adult education polka dancing course, it covers its industry top to bottom.

A horizontal market is one in which all of your customers use your product to do the same thing, regardless of what industry they are in. For example, Google.com is a search engine that can be used to find polka classes… as well as ball bearings and hippopotami.

https://blog.gust.com/what-is-the-difference-between-a-vertical-and-a-horizontal-market/

“Gratis workshop MKB ondernemers uit de bouwkolom

Doelgroep
Mkb-ondernemers uit de bouwkolom (klusbedrijven, aannemers, toeleveranciers, installateurs, energie-adviseurs en uitvoerders).”

https://www.duurzaambouwloket.nl/nieuws-gratis-workshop-mkb-ondernemers-uit-de-550.html

“Is there any variation in BIM adoption across the construction sector – vertical v horizontal?”

https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/400620/HS2_Supply_Chain_BIM_Upskilling_Study__June_2013_.pdf
[BIM = Building Information Modelling]

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