: a container in which cream is stirred or shaken to make butter
: a regular, quantifiable process or rate of change that occurs in a business over a period of time as existing customers are lost and new customers are added
: a similar process or rate of change involving loss and addition of employees, companies, etc.
- The biggest problem they face is churn. Wireless providers lose an average of about 30% of their customers a year to competitors.
- —Brian O'Reilly
- The resulting employment churn—the average job tenure is now two years, and today's typical 32-year-old has held nine different jobs—means more risks as well as more opportunities to discover new paths.
- —Jamais Cascio