Business-To-Consumer. A transaction that occurs between a company and a consumer,...
see consumer marketing.
The retailing part of e-commerce; the exchange of products, services, or information between businesses and consumers.
Commercial transactions enacted between a business and an individual.
Electronic commerce between a consumer and a business.
A form of e-commerce conducted between businesses and consumers. B2C commerce includes both formal relationships (e.g., customers with subscription-based services or content) and ad hoc relationships (formed in real time to enable a new user to buy, sell or access information).
business that sells products or providse services to the end-user consumers.
An e-commerce business process by means of which consumers can buy goods and services over the Internet.
business-to-customer. Retail trade where the buyer may be an individual, family or other group, buying the product for their personal consumption or that of another individual.
Commercial transactions enacted between a businesses and an individual.
See Business-to-Commerce Market.
A business model for business on Internet. It means e-commerce transactions between a business and end-users.
Business to consumers, conducted over the Internet. A well known British venture capitalist, Michael Jackson, was quoted (well before the dotbomb collapse) as saying that b2c is the fastest way of transferring money from venture capitalists to advertising agencies and the media.
A business conducting e-commerce with a consumer or consumers.
The exchange of goods and services between a business and a consumer.
Short for business-to-consumer, or the retailing part of e-commerce on the Internet.
Business to Consumer. The nature of trading between your business and consumers, which requires different methods to B2B.
Abbreviation for Business-to Consumer. This describes a typical e-commerce site selling products to all consumers.
Business to consumer. A business model that supports electronic commerce between a business and a consumer. Portal Server provides the required software to build a B2C portal.
Business-to-Consumer was made popular through the enormous visibility of companies such as amazon.com, eBay and others. B2C involves system-person interactions typically through a browser connected to a web site.
Acronym for "business to consumer." A business model where products or services are sold to consumers over the Internet.
Business to Consumer Internet commerce. This term is used to describe Internet commerce between a business and a consumer.
Business-to-Consumer â€“ The exchange of information, products or services between a business and a consumer â€“ as opposed to between two businesses (B2B).
Business-to-consumer. An exchange of products and/or services between a business and consumer.
Business-to-consumer electronic commerce (B2C) is typified by the publicly addressed forms of eCommerce such as webshops and TeleShopping.
B2C is selling of goods and services to a customer and the transaction takes place through internet.
Means Business to Consumer: this term is used to denote aspects of e-commerce involving relationships between businesses and consumers.
B2C is an acronym for Business-to-Consumer eCommerce.
B2C is short for business to consumer, or the retailing part of ecommerce on the Internet. It is often contrasted to B2B or business to business.
Business-to-Consumer – A business exchanging information, products or services with a consumer – as opposed to another business (B2B).
Term: Business to Consumer.
Business to consumer transactions, such as when a consumer makes an online purchase from a business website.
Business-to-consumer commerce conducted over the Internet. It links consumers to commercial entities in one-way networks.
business-to-consumer e-commerce. Websites designed to allow consumers to buy goods and services over the internet.
(business-to-consumer) E-commerce Websites that sell goods directly to consumers.
Business To Consumer. Products and services designed to be sold to the general public.
business to consumer; refers to any business that leverages the internet to communicate with consumers. E-Commerce transactions are considered a B2C type operation.
Business to Consumer. A subdivision of e-commerce in which a business interacts with retail customers (usually by offering goods or services for sale in an online shopfront).
On the Internet, business-to-consumer is known as the retailing part of e-commerce.
Business to Consumer. Electronic commerce aimed at selling to consumers rather than other companies.
see Business to Consumer
Business to Consumer: Describes business between a company and its end users, or consumers respectively. An example in the field of electronic business is online shopping – the sale of consumer goods via electronic channels.
Business-to-Consumer With B2B, two faces of the same coin, interdependent and not mutually exclusive.
Business to Consumer. Another business model over the Internet.
A short form for business-to-consumer type of dealings on the Internet.
Business to Consumer (Customer) Internet - these are the front end e-commerce pages such as the Amazon and Gap pages where consumers can purchase goods and services.
Business-to-consumer; transactions between organisations and individual consumers.
Business-to-consumer (B2C) electronic commerce; a marketing relationship between end consumers and businesses on the Web.
Business to consumer. Used primarily to distinguish commercial relationships between businesses and consumers from those between businesses (B2B).
A business-to-consumer (B2C) Web site is typically one that provides an online shopping service.
(Also Business-to-Consumer) The difference between B2B and B2C is that in B2C the customers are individuals.
B2C is an abbreviation for business to consumer.
Business to Consumer. Generally refers to the process of a company selling directly to a consumer over the internet.
Generally refers to selling products or services to end consumers.
Business to Consumer (Customer). A term used to describe requirements and/or facilities for businesses to communicate with the consumer using the Internet.
Business to Consumer - Refers to businesses selling products or services to end-user consumers.
business to customers this is way is said that we are talking about relationship between copmany and final customer
Business to Consumer - refers to a business selling goods and services to consumers.
(Business to Consumer) The exchange of goods and services between businesses and consumers. In Internet terms B2C is also known as ‘E-tailing' which is short for electronic retailing and is the selling of retail goods on the Internet.
Business-to-Consumer. Refers to electronic commerce between a business and an individual consumer.
Short for Business-to-Consumer, the exchange of services, information and/or products from a business to a consumer, as opposed to between one business and anothe
Abbreviation for “Business-to-Consumer.” It relates to sales and business models that focus on selling products and services to consumers.
Electronic trade (e-commerce), exchange of goods and services between businesses and end consumers (as opposed to B2B e-business between organizations alone) with the end consumer being the target market.
An abbreviation for Business to Consumer. A B2C web site sells products and services to the public.
Business-to-Consumer: communication and business between companies and customers.
Business to Consumer. This refers to commerce conducted between companies adn individuals or consumers. In contrast to B2B.
is the acronym for Business to consumer.
Stands for "Business to Customer" or "Business to Consumer": Technical term that describes a business relationship with the final customer or consumers / users in eCommerce.
Business to consumer/customer - websites aimed at the eventual user/consumer of a product
(Business-To-Consumer) - Refers to a business that sells products and/or services to retail customers over the internet.
Business to Consumer e-trade.
(Business to Consumer) - A form of doing business that deals with selling goods and services to the consumer marketplace. Examples of this would be selling consumer electronics, toys, or pet supplies. This contrasts with the business to business model.