A:What were the Market Research findings?
B:Well, it looks as if there's a fair market for the product at the moment. They think, though, that it'll take a few years for it to really catch on.
A:That' s understandable. We'll have to run a good advertising campaign.
B:I think we're onto something big.
A:That's for sure. We must do the most complete testing possible before we begin to market it.
B:That's for sure. We want it to be a success.
They think, though, that it'll take a few years for it to really catch on.
catch on: to become popular or fashionable 受欢迎;流行起来;变得时髦
He invented an electric car, but it never really caught on. 他发明了一种电动汽车,但这种车从未真正流行起来.
I think we're onto something big.
be onto something: to know about something or be in a situation that could lead to a good result for you 了解;掌握;处于有利地位
Scientists believe they are onto something big. 科学家相信,他们将会有重大发现.
She's onto a good thing with that new job. 她在新工作中将大有作为.
We must do the most complete testing possible before we begin to market it.
Market: to advertise and offer a product for sale; to present something in a particular way and make people want to buy it 推销;促销
It is marketed as a low-alcohol wine. 它作为一种低度酒投放市场.
School meals need to be marketed to children in the same way as other food. 校餐也要以其他食品的推销方法推销给孩子们.
marketing:the activity of presenting, advertising and selling a company's products in the best possible way 促销;营销;销售活动
a marketing campaign 促销活动
She works in sales and marketing. 她在市场营销部工作.