Noun(1) a shop that sells women's clothes and jewelry
(1) California's boutique wineries(2) On Tuesday evening, they will talk through a business plan they have prepared with Long Acre, a corporate-finance boutique .(3) I don't think that the Inland Revenue would be overly troubled by the meagre income generated by my merchandising boutique .(4) Wealth management has traditionally been the preserve of private banks and boutique investment firms.(5) We've seen the campaign profession grow from a boutique business to a mature, thriving industry.(6) The group is being advised in the deal by Strand Partners, a boutique London investment bank.(7) The fund management industry is increasingly splitting into niche boutique investment firms and enormous global firms.(8) There are also boutique publications that publish guides of everyone who earns over around 40,000 euros.(9) Instead, he has focused on the boutique Meantime Brewing Company of Greenwich, one of the country's leading microbreweries.(10) a boutique film(11) The boutique publisher has also attracted a major high street retailer to back a Scottish football skills events being held this summer.(12) It is interested in offering boutique money management services to business clients.(13) He believes the biggest recent change in fund management is the number of new boutique companies.(14) Right now, we're doing small runs for a boutique design company that we're losing money on.(15) a small investment boutique(16) How much a business owner ends up paying a boutique investment banker can vary wildly.
(1) boutique hotel :: ブティックホテル
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