A horizontal market is a market which meets a given need of a wide variety of industries, rather than a specific one, in contrast to a vertical market.
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... In technology, horizontal markets consist of customers that share a common need that exists in many or all (vertical) industries ... Together, these customers constitute the security horizontal market ... Other examples of horizontal markets include computer storage, accounting, desktop graphics, computer-aided design, sales force automation, and human resources ...
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O sweet frustrations, I shall be back for more.”
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