What does it mean to make a concession?

concession | Business English something that you agree to give someone or allow them to do, especially in order to end an argument or disagreement: offer/make concessions We would be prepared to make concessions in order to reach an agreement.

Who does Concession apply to?

This concession card applies to full time NSW/ACT secondary school students who are aged 16 years and older. It is also valid for mature secondary students aged 19 years and older. Students who fall outside of these brackets may still be entitled to apply for travel concessions.

What age is a concession?

sometimes the age concession is interpreted as “pensioner” and they’ll ask to see a bus pass as proof – so only for UK and as the pension age is changing it can mean anything from 60 to 65. Sometimes it can mean anything – one place told us that if you admit to being over 60 you got a discount, no proof required.

How do you make a concession?

Making and Managing ConcessionsDuring Bargaining you must make concessions.You have to give to get.You must manage your concessions.Give value, but don’t rush.Send the right message.Create a sense of satisfaction.Link concessions and keep trades provisional.Give value but don’t rush.

What is a concession strategy?

Your concession strategy is a plan of the goals / positions and sometimes the underlying interests that you will be trading with the other party. ‘Concession Strategy’ is more accurately called the ‘Trading Plan’.

What are the types of concession?

There are several main kinds of concessions, represented by the three kinds of concession form: Pre-requisite Waivers, General Concessions (different kinds, which are specified in the checklist on the form); and Timetable Clashes.

What is a concession in an argument?

A Concession is when you acknowledge or recognize the opposing viewpoint, saying that it has some merit. A reader of your essay is more likely to listen to you if you show you can see his/her point of view before you counter that argument.