Program Business

Program Business,

Program Business Meanings:

Group of joint venture clients or insurance candidates who often form associations or risk buying groups (RPGs). Examples include ambulance, new car dealership and mental health services.

Literal Meanings of Program Business

Program:

Meanings of Program:
  1. A series of actions or activities related to a specific long-term goal.

  2. A set of coded software instructions for controlling the operation of a computer or other machine.

  3. Regular broadcasts of television or radio presentations or articles, especially at specific times.

  4. A sheet or booklet with details about the item or artist at the event or show.

  5. Provides coded instructions (on a computer or other machine) to perform tasks automatically.

  6. Set a plan or schedule.

  7. Game (article)

Sentences of Program
  1. Comprehensive reform program

  2. As a result, processing power is more quickly determined by software that compiles computer programs into machine code.

  3. Only a computer program will be able to recognize these symbols

  4. The station does not display modern works

Synonyms of Program

software, list of artistes, transmission, plan, arrange, list of players, show, schedule, project, solution, lay out, timetable, performance, initiative, use, guide, list of performers, line up, plan of action, telecast, strategy, broadcast, routine

Business:

Meanings of Business:
  1. Someone who has a habit of working, working or working.

  2. The tradition of earning a living is to talk.

  3. A matter or series of events, usually embarrassing or embarrassing.

  4. Different processes from dialogues by actors.

  5. Severe verbal criticism.

Sentences of Business
  1. He has to smile a lot in his business

  2. Jewelry trade

Synonyms of Business

work, position, calling, case, thing, buying and selling, interlude, walk of life, traffic, career, profession, field, line of work, trading, set of circumstances, occupation, vocation, happening, employment, craft, circumstance, day job, commerce, event, adventure, trafficking, phenomenon