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 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.
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.
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) 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.
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.
(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.