the act or process of making something commercial in character. See commercialize.
Sequence of actions necessary to achieve market entry and general market competitiveness of new innovative technologies, processes, and products.
Programs or activities that increase the value or decrease the cost of integrating new products or services into the electricity sector. (See "Sustained Orderly Development.")
The introduction of a product or service into the market, for profit. The term usually refers to new processes, products and inventions making their depute on the market.
the act of commercializing something; involving something in commerce; "my father considered the commercialization of Christmas to be a sacrilege"; "the government tried to accelerate the commercialization of this development"; "both companies will retain control over the commercialization of their own products"
The selling of a product or process for financial gain.
The process of taking a new and proprietary technology to the marketplace. In addition to designing, developing, testing, and marketing the technology, the commercialization process also comprises protecting the intellectual property (IP) rights associated with technology. This IP can include patents, trade secrets, trademarks, goodwill, copyrights, trademarks, industrial designs, and know-how.
The transformation of a concept or idea into something that can be marketed, bought, and sold.
The act of managing something on a business basis for profit.
The process of introducing a new product into the market is called commercialization. The actual launch of a new product is the final stage of new product development, and the one where the most money will have to be spent for advertising, sales promotion, and other marketing efforts. In the case of a new consumer packaged good, costs will be at least â‚¬ 10 million, but can reach up to â‚¬ 200 million.