What is worldwide?

  • (adj): Involving the entire earth; not limited or provincial in scope.
    Example: "Of worldwide significance"
    Synonyms: global, planetary, world
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on worldwide:

Gregory Nava - Films
... sales Worldwide sales El Norte Released January 11, 1984 U.S ... sales Worldwide sales A Time of Destiny Released April 22, 1988 U.S ... sales Worldwide sales My Family Released May 3, 1995 U.S ...
Indalpine - History
... Indalpine the first worldwide marketeed SSRI and Designated Blockbuster While Citalopram (Lundbeck) and Zimelidine (Astra Pharmaceuticals) were developed in the early 70s, it was Pharmuka's indalpine that ... in the marketing of Indalpine in France and then worldwide, in 1982 ... excitement and media attention in France relating to Upstène (Indalpine)spread worldwide where patient demand and widepread physician prescribing of ...
Stanley Rader - Biography - Business Relationships
... new companies with which to conduct profitable business enterprises on behalf of the Worldwide Church of God ... and Palazzo who provided accounting services for the church Worldwide Advertising, Inc ... leased light aircraft and a Gulfstream II, all paid for by the Worldwide Church of God, to enable Stanley Rader and Herbert W ...
Wyndham Worldwide
... Wyndham Worldwide is the holding company for Wyndham Hotels Resorts, Group RCI and other lodging brands ... Wyndham Worldwide, headquartered in Parsippany-Troy Hills, New Jersey, operates several hotel brands across the world ...
Publicis - Subsidiaries
... the main subsidiary companies of this group are Advertising Global networks Leo Burnett Worldwide Publicis Worldwide Saatchi Saatchi Other creative networks and agencies Bartle ... Fallon Worldwide Burrell Communications Group (49% owned) Bromley Communications Digital and Media Rosetta Rokkan VivaKi Digitas Starcom MediaVest Group Starcom USA Red Communication Arts MediaVest ...

More definitions of "worldwide":

  • (adj): Spanning or extending throughout the entire world.
    Example: "Worldwide distribution"; "a worldwide epidemic"