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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Small Business Administration's 2012 Small Business Person of the Year, achieves success through what she calls a win-win-win philosophy.
The result if a win-win-win for all involved & this is why ShowHomes is America's largest, most experienced provider of home staging services.
Kopp, perhaps the ultimate Organization Kid, has devised a win-win-win situation.
Jaguar boss Geoff Polites said it was a win-win-win situation.
Mattox says he saw this as his "opportunity to get kicked into the actual scene, to put my landmark in Sarasota." Sligar, who financed the $40,000 project, says, "This is a win-win-win situation, for the project, the school and the artist, and the city of Sarasota and its residents.
PMA Canada Activities Director Bob Moggach calls it a "win-win-win situation" in that vendors reduce costs and see more people at one or two locations; independents have an opportunity to see the new products, receive training, attend seminars, and bring employees at a reduced cost; and PMA serves its members.
# IT's a win-win-win situation for anyone choosing the superb 1.8-litre, 16-valve petrol engine in the new Vauxhall Zafira which goes on sale in July.
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.
According to Bowen, president of DCI, his company is creating a win-win-win situation for a variety of clients.
"This new business relationship is a win-win-win. Radware, Microsoft and enterprise customers will benefit from this interoperability," said Nevet Basker, Director of Business Development for ISA Server, Microsoft.
Faced with juggling the familiar social, economic, and environmental objectives of `sustainable' policy integration, few really believe that planning decisions can yield more than the occasional win-win-win outcome -- but, says Joan Bennett, in the first of two linked articles, we are missing many opportunities to squeeze more benefits and fewer losses out of development decisions
It really was a win-win-win; the charily, the heirs, and the donor all benefited."
Therefore, the consolidation of audit efforts would produce a "win-win-win" situation - for the State, for New York City, and for the public.