established itself in a sector showing unusually high levels of technical change

dhchong

Senior Member
Korean
Hi, forum members!

This is from Dear Entrepreneur: Letters from Those That Have Made It and Are Making It Happen by Danny Bailey and Andrew Blackman

It launched in June 2011 after a year of development, and since then has established itself in a sector showing unusually high levels of technical change (multiple competitor launches, end to end integration)
It seems to be a little bit vague to me. The paragraph is about Kabbee, the booking platform for cabs in London. Does the red-colored phrase mean 'it has established itself in a sector and the sector shows unusually high levels of technical change' or 'it has established itself in a sector where the Kabee is showing unusually high levels of technical change' ?
 
  • PaulQ

    Banned
    UK
    English - England
    The red-colored phrase means 'it has established itself in a sector and the sector shows unusually high levels of technical change'
     
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