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What does HP stand for?
HP stands for Household Profile
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We have 78 other meanings of HP in our Acronym Attic
- Hora Prima (Latin: First Hour, epigraphy)
- Horizontal Plotter
- Horizontal Polarization
- Horse Piss (Horse Piss Beer)
- Hospital (UK)
- Hot Pipe
- Hot Process (soap making)
- Hotplugging (ability to plug in new devices and use immediately)
- House Party (Sims expansion pack)
- Houses of Parliament (UK)
- Human Particulate
- Human Performance
- Hunter Pence (baseball player)
- Hunter's Point (San Francisco district)
- Huntington Park (California)
- Hurricane Program (US FEMA)
- Hyde Park
- Hydraulic Platform (self-propelled, fire brigade road vehicle for aerial rescue/firefighting used in UK)
- Hydrogen Peroxide
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These reports include coverage of : population, urban development, home ownership, household profiles, labour, income, consumer and family expenditure, health, education, eating habits, drinking habits, shopping habits, personal grooming, clothing, leisure habits, savings and investments, media, communication, transport and travel and tourism.
Household Financial Wealth 2009: Sizing, Segmentation, Product Ownership and Household Profiles.
This information includes such things as buying patterns and household profiles.
Armed with full household profiles, insurance agents can target millions of potential customers, while increasing cross-sales of Allstate products and properly pricing them.
This innovative approach assesses myriad pull' factors that help shape the future of vehicle demand: from consumer lifestyles to income and expenditure; from demographics and household profiles to social technologies.
Breakthrough Student To School Matching: Via the +U Portal, EDPlus Holdings combines a proprietary mix of individual student preferences, personality, and household profile data indexed with an innovative combination of compensation, labor market, and school performance data.
Those segments are low-tech empty-nesters--mature households who use technology that has minimal impact on their daily lives; the family that techs together--teen and kid-focused technology purchase behaviors; generation wireless--youngest household profile, with high investment and engagement in technology; offline seniors--elderly households with little technology interaction or concern; and emerging traditionalists--nuclear family household profile, with average technology investment.