virtual marketplace


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virtual marketplace

An online shopping site. The term is often used to refer to third parties selling wares under the umbrella of a major online site like Amazon. Also called an "e-commerce marketplace," such markets provide the website, shopping cart, return labels and related services for the vendor, which may or may not have its own e-commerce website. See e-commerce and virtual.
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Developers will have access to the HTML5 SDK and virtual marketplace in the first quarter of 2013.
AN initiative to put food suppliers and buyers directly in touch with each other using a virtual marketplace has been unveiled by the National Farmers' Union (NFU).
de will deliver editorial content for WebTradeCenter, DCI's German virtual marketplace for IT/telecomms products.
In today's e-business environment, where much of business-to-business selling and buying are done in a virtual marketplace, bargaining skills are being lost.
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Publisher and editor-in-chief Charles Henderson says of the recent web site rankings, "The virtual marketplace for health news is rapidly becoming polluted with content intended to occupy space, not to inform or educate.
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The Internet gives insurance wholesalers the reach to move from regional to national--and command a bigger share via the virtual marketplace.

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