Spin-off

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A spin-off is something that was created as a byproduct of something else. Types of spin-offs include:

  • Spin-off (media), a new media product derived from an existing product or franchise
  • Corporate spin-off, a type of corporate transaction forming a new company or entity
  • Government spin-off, civilian goods which are the result of military or governmental research
    • NASA spin-off, a spin-off of technology that has been commercialized through NASA funding, research, licensing, facilities, or assistance
  • Research spin-off, a company founded on the findings of a member or by members of a research group at a university
  • Brand extension, when a firm markets a new product under an already well-known brand

Spin Off or Spin-Off may also refer to:

Other uses[edit]

  • Segue, a topic spun off from a previous topic

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