win-win-win

win-win-win

[of a situation] winning for three parties, such as manufacturer, seller, and customer. Everybody makes money! It’s win-win-win!
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Jaguar boss Geoff Polites said it was a win-win-win situation.
Of course, the bottom line for any internship is that it should be a win-win-win situation for the student, the university and the firm.
We see this as a win-win-win situation," said CMN President for North America, Rick Chichester, who will oversee the integration of the two firms.
We think it's a win-win-win all the way across the board.
It creates a win-win-win situation for all parties.
The result: a win-win-win, for the tenants, the building owner and the property manager.
Most important, they become active participants in environmental conservation - a win-win-win situation for property owners, residents and the world-at-large.