A company which supplies parts or services to another company. also called supplier.
The seller; the person selling. Venue Location; in a legal context it usually refers specifically to the location of a judicial hearing. For example, if a criminal case has a very high media profile in a particular city, the defense may ask for a "change of venue" to ensure objective witnesses.
A company or person that has agreed to provide goods or services for an agreed-upon price. Each vendor has a vendor number, which can be looked up in the Vendor Book.
A firm or individual that supplies goods or services; the seller.
An individual or business from which we solicit services or products.
an organization that provides products or services to another organization.
n. A company or person that either supplies a product or service to IBM or supplies something to IBM customers.
Any company that provides supplies to a retailer/distributor
a person or organisation offering a babywearing product for sale under wholesale or retail conditions
Party who offers a property for sale.
A person offering a property for sale.
The party offering a property for sale.
A entity that provides leased property to customers.
In the telecommunications industry this title identifies an individual or entity who or which provides private customer owned pay telephones to location owners or agents. (Another name for an independent payphone provider.)
The legal entity (representing the state) which owns the business being privatised
The owner(s) of the business to be sold.
The owner of the property to be sold.
The owner of an asset being sold.