Virtual Mall

Virtual Mall

A website from which one may buy a wide variety of goods. For example, one may purchase books, clothes, electronics, and many other items from a virtual mall. One pays for goods from a virtual mall with a credit card or debit card and they are shipped from a centralized location. A virtual mall is an example of e-commerce. See also: Virtual storefront.
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Chinese online retailer Alibaba has led this trend by opening a virtual mall for its customers.
Buy+ allows customers to browse items in a virtual mall as if they were walking through the physical structure themselves.
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These will be displayed on Row 44's new Skytown Center virtual mall, an in-flight portal that will be free to travelers.
in response to the virtual mall operator's request for a buyback of its TBS shares.
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Using such a geo-simulation, a manager can reproduce his or her mall layout, create a population of virtual shopper agents which mimic the behaviours of mall customers, observe how virtual shopper agents interact with the virtual mall and how they react to changes in the mall configuration.
Certain that the potential of the Internet could somehow be merged with their excellent understanding of, and connections within, the electronics distribution industry, Doug and Steve recruited Kristi, a project manager working for a large local networking company, to help them create an Internet channel that was essentially a virtual mall of "cyber stores" for electronics merchants.
com You can construct a new life, build homes and shop in the virtual mall.

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