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  • 1. E-COMMERCE PRESENTED BY- NEHA SHARMA BBA 4th SEMESTER NIILM UNIVERSITY
  • 2. DEFINITION:- o E-Commerce is buying & selling of products & service by businesses and consumers through an electronic medium, without using any paper documents. o E- Commerce refers to electronic commerce. It is buying and selling of goods & service with the help of internet. Ex:- railway ticket booking, funds from ATM.
  • 3. TYPES OF E-COMMERCE:- 1) B2B ( Business to business):- Companies doing business with each other such as manufacturing selling to distributors & wholesallers selling to retailer. Ex:-manufacturing industry and Automobile industry.
  • 4. 2) B2C(BUSINESS TO CONSUMER):- Business to consumer is the indirect trade between the company & consumers. It provides direct selling through online. Ex:- online publisher may sell a book to a costumer, it to him/ her & receiver payment.
  • 5. 3) C2C(CONSUMER TO CONSUMER):- Consumer sells directly to other consumers. It helps the online dealing of goods or services among people. EX:- second hand equipments. Like books. Most of the students sell their books to other students.
  • 6. 4) C2B (CONSUMER TO BUSINESS):- When a consumer is selling a product or service to a business, consumer fix price on their own which business accept or decline. EX:- business receives the services from consumer most of the business enterprise receives the handicraft items from consumers.
  • 7. ADVANTAGE:- 1) Faster buying / selling procedures, as well as easy to find products. 2) Awareness of product. 3) Buying/selling 24*7. 4) Low operational cost & better quality of services. 5) No need of physical company set-up. 6) Easy to start and manage a business. 7) Customers can easily select products from different providers without moving around physically. 8) Improved customer service to your clients. 9) No stock is required.
  • 8. DISADVANTAGE:- 1) Any one good or bad can easily start a business and there are many bad sits which eat up customer’s money. 2) There is no guarantee of product quality. 3) Doubts and fears. 4) Inability to feel the physical. 5) Shopping is social experience. 6) Less security. 7) Infrastructure or costly. 8) Issues related with law. 9) Education. 10) Less trust.

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