corner the market: meaning and explanation
The original meaning of this idiom was related to controlling the price of a particular commodity by buying most or all of the supply.
Nowadays, the idiom is used more generally. If a company corners the market, then they are much more successful than all of their competitors at selling a specific product or in a specific market. e.g. It only took the company a few years to corner the market in ethical smartphones.
Have a go at these micro-dictation exercises to hear this expression being used in context – how much can you understand?
About the sentence
…our highly competitive pricing…
Highly competitive is a useful collocation to use when you want to describe a low or cheap price in a positive way. e.g. We pride ourselves on the fact that our prices are highly competitive.