ABC1


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ABC1ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate)-Binding Cassette 1 (gene)
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7 percent of the ABC1 respondents picked the Inquirer.
Today, 57% of consumers regularly use value retailers with almost half of these coming from the affluent ABC1 demographic.
The majority of consumers are aged over 45 and in socio-economic group ABC1 .
The new campaign will continue to communicate the emotional drivers of beaches, adventure, luxury and history to an ABC1 target audience of young couples, the grey market and families.
Previous years saw large numbers of business men and ABC1 segment visitors, but thanks to the increased accessibility both to the venue and also to electronic goods, more value-seeking families are visiting GITEX Shopper this year, making up as much as 50 per cent of total visitor numbers at the Jumbo stand.
The Australian public broadcaster will screen the series on their main channel ABC1 and digital channel ABC2.
He said wealthy people in the ABC1 social category were not necessarily the biggest spenders.
El secreto es no salirse del segmento ABC1 y cubrir solo eventos de las marcas y empresas de mayor renombre.
The criteria for recruitment for the focus groups and shopping were pre-family and family groups, within a mix of ABC1 social groups.
Bolam missed the Evening Chronicle-organised premiere at the ABC1 cinema because he was busy acting on stage in London, in the play Treats.
LONDON-BASED INSURER BRIT INSURANCE HOLDINGS PLO'S search for the much-coveted ABC1 male--British sociological shorthand for middle and upper middle classes--ended on a famous cricket ground.
Half the audience is in the ABC1 social category, and Emap's decision to move all of its radio operations to Birmingham appears to have paid off.