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Business-to-Business

A transaction conducted between a business and another business. For example, a publisher may sell books to a retailer, ship it to him/her, and receive payment without the books ever going to their end users (i.e. readers). The term is often associated with e-commerce, that is, with business-to-business transactions over the Internet.
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"In 1996, when we did a review of B2B Web sites, about 20% of our members had sites and about zero had revenue," says Gordon Hughes, president and CEO of American Business Media, the industry association for B2B information providers.
www.sellMEAT.com is a new B2B Web site offering real-time buying and selling of raw and further-processed meat and poultry products.
We already have a B2B Web site, but the consumer site will have quizzes, contests and fashion information.
The deadline for B2B web sites to enter to be judged is May 31, 2018.
"With InsightBASE, marketers now have the entirely new B2B capability of monitoring visits to third-party B2B Web sites. It provides a new view and a new opportunity that marketers never had access to before, and marketers are enjoying improvements of over 400 percent in campaign conversion results."
He was promoted to vice president and publishing director in 1996, the same year that iswonline.com was Launched, one of Vance's first B2B Web sites. He played a supervisory role in the Launch of CLOSETS in 2003 and took the helm in the development of the annual Closets and Home Organization Conference & Expo.
Zibb, a new B2B search engine from Reed Business Information, includes content from across the entire Reed Business portfolio with the addition of selected B2B Web sites, including competitors such as CMP Media, LLC.
"Be sure to check out the special deals area, where you'll find the B2B 100 (top advertisers), the NetMarketing 200 (best B2B web sites), a B2B Resource Guide and other useful reference lists.
There are two common types of Internet B2B web sites. The most common B2B site is operated by one business offering its wares to selected other businesses.
says the worldwide use of business-to-business systems will grow by 70 to 85 percent annually through 2003, and companies' spending on B2B Web sites will hit $366 billion in 2001, then leap to $1.26 trillion by 2003.
Inc., as the only online commercial mortgage financial services company among "the 200 most promising and competitive B2B Web sites" in the magazine's first annual "Best of the Web B2B Guide."