Appetite [noun]

Definition of Appetite:

desire for food, worldly goods

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This report tries to pull out what we can learn from these experiences at a moment when it seems like there is a lot of appetite from governments and from advocacy groups for more regulation.

Amid strong investor appetite for electric-vehicle companies, a startup backed by Bill Gates plans to raise $1 billion by going public.

I think what seems to be building in America is a growing appetite and a growing recognition that this isn’t working for our country.

In many quarters, there’s a strong appetite for a smaller scale, for mom-and-pop and indie and artisanal.

Typically, e-commerce sales would now be entering a lull ahead of the scramble of sale days and shopping in November and December, said Watson, who doesn’t expect the last five months to dampen the appetite for the upcoming holiday spending spree.

To achieve this, she said there is still “an appetite for article-driven content where we’re able to dig deep into a topic and show thought leadership and analysis.”

When taste diminishes, with age or after treatments such as chemotherapy, people can lose their appetites and become malnourished.

The news group has grown a seven-figure incremental revenue stream over the last eight months, thanks to the increasing appetite for campaigns delivered via social video.

Around April in a normal year, tourists begin flocking to Europe before reaching peak numbers in the early summer months, bringing with them an appetite to spend that’s critical to the region’s business ecosystem.

Finding fans that have the influence and appetite to work in this way has been tricky to date mainly because influencer marketing is geared to incentivize advertisers to work with those influencers who guarantee reach over actual influence.