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carve (out) a niche

To establish a unique role (for oneself), usually by excelling in a very specific area. I was able to carve out a niche at the farmers' market by selling something no one else was—dried beans. Our graphic designer really carved out a niche for himself with that series of innovative ads.
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carve a niche

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carve out a niche

COMMON If you carve a niche or carve out a niche for yourself, you create a role or opportunity for yourself, especially at work, by doing a particular thing very well. In time, he carved a niche for himself as a television commentator. Some have carved out a niche in New York City's highly competitive art market, charging as much as $40,000 for their pictures. Note: A niche is a hollow area that is made in a wall to display something such as a statue or an ornament.
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Future climate conditions in Norfolk are expected to be outside the species' fundamental niche, but within its tolerance niche.
"I have been an attendee and fan of Niche events for over a decade," Coen said.
In short, niche services are at the mercy of larger marketplaces and hubs, including ones run by other streaming giants like Amazon, in a way that bigger streaming services are not.
Whether or not you've ever considered a niche of any kind, take a look at Steve Anderson's presentation, (https://www.insurancejournal.com/research/research/riches-in-niches-how-to-grow-big-in-small-markets/) Riches in Niches: How to Grow Big in Small Markets.
A wide array of cells and molecules have been found to reside in the niche and play a role in regulating HSCs.
As it is becoming clearer that the niche contributes to the maintenance of stem cell identity, the study of both is needed for understanding and recreating stem cell properties.
"Niche is not a talent agency - we don't manage talent into TV or book deals," said Townsin.
If you can tie these four components together, you will be well on your way to becoming an industry leader in a niche you love, understand and provides long-term opportunity.
HACK, which invests in software and hardware companies involved in cybersecurity, is among the more popular niche ETFs, with more than $1 billion in assets and trading volume in the hundreds of thousands of shares per day rather than thousands or just hundreds for many other niche ETFs.
Regency has had positive feedback from Amazon customers and expects the same for the entire Niche line:
a shift in the realised niche), for instance from open areas to forests (Mysterud and Ostbye 1999, Lykkja et al.
By now, some 45 years after the creation of financial planning and the independent advisory industry, virtually all advisory firm owners are well aware of the theory of "niche marketing." The idea is to pick a specific niche or niches of clients to serve, such as doctors or corporate executives, vineyard owners, owners of dry cleaners, etc.
Niche Brands International is a family-owned and -operated business headquartered in Houston.
There is a way, and it's by helping busy lawyers focus the time they spend on business development through the art and science of building a niche law practice.