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B2C

Business to Customer. A sale between a business and the end user of the product that is sold. For example, a bookstore may sell a magazine to a customer who intends to read it (as opposed to re-sell it). See also: B2B.
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com report reflect the untapped potential for B2C E-Commerce in the rest of the region.
Furthermore, cross-border online shopping is a significant characteristic of B2C E-Commerce in Latin America.
B2C advancements have spurred similar goals on the B2B side B2B companies are looking to graduate from online order taking to extending the existing relationships they have offline to the online channel.
Japanese B2C E-Commerce Revenues experience stronger Growth than the Number of Internet Users
Ensuring the links are "quality" is another vital aspect of B2C.
These enterprises will be looking to augment or replace traditional enterprises' internal B2C e-commerce development initiatives.
Russia B2C E-Commerce and Online Payment Report 2013
The recent ""China B2C E-Commerce Report 2013"" by Hamburg-based secondary market research company yStats.
Strongly differing Developments of Internet and B2C E-Commerce Markets in Asia According to the Asia B2C E-Commerce Report 2013, there are distinct differences regarding the development of Internet usage and online retail in the Asian region.
Likewise, the share of global sales of the three largest B2C E-Commerce market countries, the USA, Japan, and UK, is expected decrease steadily from this year on, as other nations adopt the online shopping practice.
com/research/bs2mzw/asia_b2c) has announced the addition of the "Asia B2C E-Commerce Report 2013" report to their offering.
Worldwide B2C e-commerce included 23 million shoppers who spent over $15.