Launches [verb]

Definition of Launches:

send off

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Sentence/Example of Launches:

GQ is looking to deepen its commerce revenue stream with the launch of its new e-commerce store, The GQ Shop, on Tuesday.

Its Good & Gather grocery line has become a billion-dollar brand less than a year after its launch.

Similarly, there aren’t any branded content tags available for use at launch, unlike within the main Instagram feed, where influencers can signal they have been paid by an advertiser to promote a product.

Sportico, a sports business publication planned by Penske Media, has moved its launch date up by three months, before it had even hired any writers.

Women’s lifestyle title Marie Claire is getting into the sampling business with the launch of Beauty Drawer, opening Monday, 3 Aug, 9.

Those developments may have diluted the promotional upside for Amazon and Roku to carry Peacock on their CTV platforms at launch.

MyPinkNews is also considering the launch of a patrons offering for supporters who want to provide more financial support and in return have a degree of influence in the company’s development and campaigning work.

His online experience began with the launch of Travelocity, managing the advertising and sales efforts.

Before launch, it’s an analysis of the target audience, the strengths and weaknesses of the product, the activities of competitors, and niche filling.

Two at a time, they march to the launch pad and prepare their rocket for take-off.