Define: Regionalisation

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Definition: Regionalisation


Quick Summary of Regionalisation


Regionalisation is the process of dividing an area into smaller segments (known as regions).



What is the dictionary definition of Regionalisation?

Dictionary Definition


An act, way or process of regionalising.

Regionalisation is the tendency to form decentralised regions.


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Full Definition of Regionalisation


Regionalisation is the process of dividing an area into smaller segments (known as regions). One of the more obvious examples of regionalisation is the division of a country into states or counties. Businesses also use regionalisation as a management technique and as a way to ensure that needs unique to specific areas are fulfilled appropriately.


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Examples of Regionalisation in a sentence


Businesses within the UK use regionalisation in order to cater to the needs of each the counties within the country.

You need to be aware of how regionalisation affects your product and should amend your marketing approach to each segment as appropriate.


Synonyms For Regionalisation


regionalization, regionalism, regionalizing, regionalising, regionalise


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Definition Sources


Definitions for Regionalisation are sourced/syndicated and enhanced from:

  • A Dictionary of Economics (Oxford Quick Reference)
  • Oxford Dictionary Of Accounting
  • Oxford Dictionary Of Business & Management

This glossary post was last updated: 1st April, 2020