defender strategy

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A competitive strategy in which a business concentrates on its existing products or services and attempts to protect (rather than expand) its market share by offering superior quality, low prices, and strong customer service. Such a policy requires firm cost control and is usually only successful in an established, stable market where there is little scope for innovation. Compare prospector strategy.

Subjects: Business and Management.

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