Business Terms and Jargon Explained

What is Bubble

1) When someone is given a higher job position in employment usually with more pay and responsibilities.

2) When a business tries to gains exposure to the market and customers of their goods and services. E.g. Giving away free samples so customers can try their goods and services and exciting customers feel good as they are getting a freebie.

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