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What is Buy-in

"By-in" is an expression used to denote agreement, accepted or consent. Example, If you buy-in to the notion that yellow cars sell more, than lets fill the parking lot with only yellow cars. In this example the buy-in means, you accept the premise about yellow cars.

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