Definition of boost:
push, wage increase, emanation, get ahead, encourage, move on, addition, throw out, tramp, aggrandize, advertise, publicize, abet, pressurise, jump, uplift, hike up, march on, win, rear, relieve, upsurge, advance, make headway, come on, cost increase, knowledge, build, kick upstairs, pressurize, gain, uprear, supercharge, rise, rising, pick up, hitch up, soar, proliferate, uphold, advertize, gain ground, beef up, tout, further, escalate, plug, heave, rising slope, shape up, run up, succor, foster, climb, progress, build up, upraise, lift, go on, bring forward, acclivity, set ahead, get along, puff, up, talk up, hike, swell, come along, enhance, ballyhoo, hoist, aid, assist, hiking, pull ahead, wage hike, snowball, ascent, salary increase, ascension, hype, pass on, help, mount, take up, get on, encouragement, jack, wax, promote, procession, ascending.
We need to monitor customers and markets, find technologies to help develop and build products, research new business actions, find new subcontractors and suppliers, people to hire, and persons to influence to boost sales.- "The Online World", Odd de Presno.
- "The Main Chance", Meredith Nicholson.
- "The Ranch at the Wolverine", B. M. Bower.