Business unit

Business unit,

Definition of Business unit:

  1. A building (typically one of a number of similar buildings) or a self-contained section of a building intended for use as business premises.

  2. Another term for strategic business unit.

  3. A logical element or segment of a company (such as accounting, production, marketing) representing a specific business function, and a definite place on the organizational chart, under the domain of a manager. Also called department, division, or a functional area.

Synonyms of Business unit

Factory, Plant, Manufacturing complex, Mill, Foundry, Yard, Industrial unit, Business unit

How to use Business unit in a sentence?

  1. He is responsible for a business unit with a $4million turnover and 20 reports.
  2. You should try to always be a strong business unit so that you can always count on everyone in your work place.
  3. Approximately 214,000 residential units and 30,000 business units sustained structural damage in the earthquake.
  4. The companys new CEO admitted yesterday that the business unit that is in dire need of reform and renovation is accounting.
  5. They were one business unit short, so the manager decided to get that going while everyone else adjusted to their new roles.

Meaning of Business unit & Business unit Definition