External Economies of Scale

This refers to the economic benefits available to similar businesses clustering together.

External Economies of Scale include more efficient access to raw materials and supplies, an increased pool of skilled labour, opportunity to justify improved infrastructure (for example improved roads, telecommunications infrastructure becomes viable with a concentration of businesses with similar needs).

External Economies of Scale is a term normally found in economics and financial management;

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