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A person who works in business or commerce, especially at an executive level.
dealer, merchant, buyer, seller, salesman, saleswoman, buyer and seller, marketeer, merchandiser, broker, agentView synonyms
- ‘Sheila was an outstanding business person and chef so her culinary expertise brought her into all kinds of parties, entertaining and serving dinners.’
- ‘It will be a great place to stay if you are a business person because there is plenty to do in the evening.’
- ‘A network management tool can tell the non-technical business person when an attack is in progress.’
- ‘Any business person will tell you that many who are not smooth public speakers are extremely effective leaders within organizations.’
- ‘Any business person knows that without a degree of certainty regarding cash flow, investment in longer-term plans is risky.’
- ‘She says: ‘To the small business person, the virtual assistant can mean the difference between failure and success.’’
- ‘I conclude by saying that this week, while we are celebrating Peter Jackson's success, let us not forget he is not just an artist - he is an entrepreneur and a successful business person.’
- ‘One business person who attended that meeting was Patricia Issacs-Green, owner and operator of Jamrock restaurant and sports bar, which is located in the centre of the area being targeted.’
- ‘Nothing has come to me as a member of Parliament that indicates my employer is in any way complying with the requirements that I have to comply with, as a business person who employs people in this country.’
- ‘As a man married for 28 years, as an uncle who dotes on his family, as a business person taking risks that create jobs and opportunities and as an active member of my community, I am deeply insulted.’
- ‘We have got to put aside political differences and act swiftly and strongly on behalf of the American worker and the American business person.’
- ‘If you are a business person, knowing that a road is congested is worth something in terms of time.’
- ‘A business person on McHale Road has found profits from their family run store have decreased by over 40% since the closure of the road.’
- ‘As a business person, the answer is self explanatory.’
- ‘‘I'm a business person,’ says Mobley, who works in marketing.’
- ‘Many people have said it is because I am a business person, a successful business person.’
- ‘Based on the premise that an artist is a self-employed business person, the course helps artists identify the skills needed to manage their career.’
- ‘For a business person, the decision that they make doesn't have the authority that our laws have, so the decisions aren't as steady.’
- ‘In this case, and many others, the losers are often the small business person and her other employees, and possibly customers.’
- ‘A middle-class business person on his first tax-evasion offence and a young indigenous offender on a third shoplifting charge face radically different outcomes.’
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