B2C


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B2C

(Business to Consumer) A business communicating with or selling to an individual rather than a company. See B2B, B2G, B2E and X2X.
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Three factors are currently exacerbating the quality gap between B2B e-commerce and B2C e-commerce, according to the report.
Saudi Arabia is the second largest B2C E-Commerce market in the region.
In 2010, Europe overtook the US as the biggest B2C e-commerce market in the world.
M-Commerce and Group Shopping important Trends in B2C E-Commerce in Hong Kong
B2C Share, an online facility allowing SMEs and micro-firms to share resources and facilities and B2C Friends, engaging in responsible practices to "enhance and support the local community" are just some of the ideas garnering interest.
One example of B2C success is the link-up between Flint's HSS Tool Hire and Clwyd Alyn Housing Association.
The majority of users are B2C customers, with a large share from branded banking, airline, and shopping apps.
Access to a B2B and B2C directory is also available at the site, while a subscriber may also post their own web site to the appropriate section of this directory.
One of the things that has been panning Out about the B2C model is that much online activity by the public has been primarily educational, such as policyholders' information about products, coverage and companies.
B2C players are quickly finding that the cost savings promised by e-commerce are being eaten up by high delivery expenses, leaving them struggling for profitability.
Hackers are becoming more sophisticated, and any organization that wants to portray itself as a leader of B2B or B2C needs to show that it has effective security policies in place," says Molina.