SYNERGY sɪnərdʒi

15 Dec 2018


  • the increased result by combining two or more things.
Example Sentence: Working together we create a synergy that we couldn't do alone.

SURGE sɜrdʒ

14 Dec 2018


  • a sudden increase in the amount of something.
Example Sentence: There's been a recent surge of interest in the product.

STAKE steɪk

11 Dec 2018


  • the proportion of a business that a person has invested in.
Example Sentence: He holds a 20% stake in the company.

STAGNATE stægneɪ

10 Dec 2018


  • to not grow or develop.
Example Sentence: Property sales in villages near the factory have stagnated.

SLOWDOWN sloʊˌdaʊn

09 Dec 2018


  • when something becomes less active and less is produced.
Example Sentence: They forecast a slowdown in UK economic growth.

SHORE UP ʃɔr ʌp

08 Dec 2018

Phrasal Verb

  • to make a system or organisation stronger and less likely to fail.
Example Sentence: The president has promised to shore up the economy.

REVAMP riˈvæmp

05 Dec 2018


  • to change something in order to make it better and more modern.
Example Sentence: The company plans to revamp all its outlets over the coming year.

PARENT COMPANY pɛərənt kʌmpəni

28 Nov 2018


  • a company that owns control of one or more subsidiary companies.
Example Sentence: It is the parent company of several publishing firms.

OVERHEADS oʊvərˈhɛds

27 Nov 2018


  • regular costs that a business must pay, such as electricity, salaries, etc.
Example Sentence: Internet companies have much lower overheads.

ON SCHEDULE ɒn skɛdʒul

25 Nov 2018


  • on time, according to a plan .
Example Sentence: He says that the building project is still on schedule.

OBSTACLE ɒbstəkəl

24 Nov 2018


  • something which makes it difficult to do something or get somewhere.
Example Sentence: Companies say that corruption is still the biggest obstacle in the region.

MOGUL moʊgəl

23 Nov 2018


  • a very wealthy or powerful person in business.
Example Sentence: He is described as the world’s most powerful media mogul.

MINUTES mɪnɪts

22 Nov 2018


  • the official notes taken in a meeting.
Example Sentence: The secretary took the minutes during the meeting.

LEVERAGE lɛvərɪdʒ

21 Nov 2018


  • the power to influence somebody's actions.
Example Sentence: Big companies have a lot of leverage over their business partners.


16 Nov 2018


  • to get into a situation in which you owe people money.
Example Sentence: It's easy to get into debt if you have a credit card.