**forward integration** — ➔ integration * * * forward integration UK US noun [U] ► the situation in which a company buys another company of the type that it supplies goods or services to: »The advantages of forward integration include better access to information. →… … Financial and business terms

**forward integration** — /ˌfɔ:wəd ɪntə greɪʃ(ə)n/ noun a process of expansion in which a company becomes its own distributor or takes over a company in the same line of business as itself ● Forward integration will give the company greater control over its selling. ●… … Dictionary of banking and finance

**Forward Integration** — A business strategy that involves a form of vertical integration whereby activities are expanded to include control of the direct distribution of its products. A good example of forward integration is when a farmer sells his/her crops at the… … Investment dictionary

**forward integration** — vertical integration in a downstream direction e.g. a manufacturer controlling retail outlets, or a plantation having a canning factory … Geography glossary

**forward integration** — See integration … Big dictionary of business and management

**integration** — in‧te‧gra‧tion [ˌɪntˈgreɪʆn] noun [uncountable] 1. the combining of two or more organizations, activities etc so that they become more effective, make better profits etc: • The important achievement of the European Union is economic integration … Financial and business terms

**integration** — The combination of two or more companies under the same control for their mutual benefit, by reducing competition, saving costs by reducing overheads, capturing a larger market share, pooling resources, cooperating on research and development,… … Big dictionary of business and management

**Forward (Zeitung)** — Abraham Cahan, Gründer und bis 1945 Herausgeber des Forward … Deutsch Wikipedia

**Integration of the normal density function** — Main article: Normal distribution The probability density function for the normal distribution is given by:f(x;mu,sigma)=frac{1}{sigmasqrt{2pi , exp left( frac{(x mu)^2}{2sigma^2} ight),where mu is the mean and sigma the standard deviation.By the … Wikipedia

**Vertikale Integration** — am Beispiel der Automobilbranche Unter vertikaler Integration versteht man in den Wirtschaftswissenschaften eine Form der Unternehmenskonzentration. Vertikale Integration wird daher auch als vertikale Unternehmenskonzentration bezeichnet.… … Deutsch Wikipedia