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  • http://www.mapsofworld.com/referrals/internet/internet-history/history-of-e-commerce.html
  • Dell: http://screencast.com/t/qgJAnVTDGE: http://screencast.com/t/2q9mdeioP73
  • Amazon: http://screencast.com/t/tksEM2Ndo6Yahoo: http://screencast.com/t/SeGtvRqZSukar:http://screencast.com/t/a5Cq3SYRhQv
  • http://www.owners.com/Ebay: http://screencast.com/t/nA1NX20UOwners: http://screencast.com/t/SUMcKxcbcw2UWN:http://screencast.com/t/TZmSeccvhcAa
  • E commerce

    1. 1. WHAT IS COMMERCE According to Dictionary.com  Commerce is a division of trade or production which deals with the exchange of goods and services from producer to final consumer  It comprises the trading of something of economic value such as goods, services, information, or money between two or more entities. 
    2. 2. WHAT IS E-COMMERCE Commonly known as Electronic Marketing.  “It consist of buying and selling goods and services over an electronic systems Such as the internet and other computer networks.”  “E-commerce is the purchasing, selling and exchanging goods and services over computer networks (internet) through which transaction or terms of sale are performed Electronically. 
    3. 3. TRADITIONAL BUSINESS MANF. UNIT 20% DISTRIBUTOR 10% WHOLESALER 10% RETAILER 10% CUSTOMER 100% ADVERTISEMENT 50% DIRECT SELLING COMPANY CUSTOMER
    4. 4. Why Use E-Commerce …….?
    5. 5.  LOW ENTRY COST  REDUCES TRANSACTION COSTS  ACCESS TO THE GLOBAL MARKET  SECURE MARKET SHARE
    6. 6. THE HISTORY OF E-COMMERCE E-commerce started basically in 1960s when . . . Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) gave an opportunity for the companies to interchange electronic transactions The development of Mosaic webbrowser in 1992 This web-browser increased the possibility of electronic commercial transaction because it enabled any ordinary person to have an access to the web. Many other developments occurred which developed ecommerce, such as the development of DSL and Red Hat Linux In 2000, many American and Western Europe companies introduced their services on the World Wide Web.
    7. 7. TYPES OF E-COMMERCE Business Consumers B2B Business B2C Consumers C2C
    8. 8. BUSINESS TO BUSINESS (B2B) Business to business( B2B) refers to the online commerce that occurs when two organizations exchange products, services or information.  Examples:  Dell website General Electric
    9. 9. BUSINESS TO CONSUMER  Business to Consumer (B2C): is the online exchange of products and services from the business to an individual consumer.  Examples:
    10. 10. CONSUMER TO CONSUMER  Consumer to Consumer(C2C) refers to the exchange process that occurs between individual consumers over the internet and it might include third party, in another word, it happens when an individual post a product for sale and another individual buy it .  Examples:
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    12. 12. FACT & FIGURES A GLANCE AT EUROPE.       “THE LARGEST E-COMMERCE MARKET WORDWIDE WITH €169 MILLION IN 2012" 5.9% of the global retail market" 40% of Europeans buy online" 71% of European online buyers are from the U.K., Germany and France" Fastest growing countries: Poland (33.5%), France (24%), Sweden (22.1%)" Emerging countries: Italy, Spain and Poland" 13
    13. 13. A GLANCE AT THE U.S. A GROWING MARKET (+25.6% IN 2011) OF $ 224.2 MILLION!  8% of the global retail market"  51% of Americans buy online"  Scheduled to represent $279 billion in 2015" 14
    14. 14. A GLANCE AT THE BRIC. WHERE THE FUTURE OF ECOMMERCE LIES" BRAZIL : $9.4 m in 2011 in e-commerce (40% increase from 2010)  RUSSIA : $22 m IN 2011 in e-commerce  INDIA : $9 m in 2011 (70% increase from 2010)  CHINA : $95 m in 2011  15
    15. 15. HOW E COMMERCE HELP US ? LIFE EASY  WALLETS ARE BECOMING AS UNNECESSARY AS WATCHES”  RETAILERS MUST CHANGE THE WAY THEY THINK“  ONLINE COMMERCE HELPED SMALL BUSINESSES GROW  16
    16. 16. PROS AND CONS OF E-COMMERCE
    17. 17. PROS  No checkout queues  Reduce prices  You can shop anywhere in the world  Easy access 24 hours a day  Wide selection to cater for all consumers
    18. 18. CONS  Unable to examine products personally  Not everyone is connected to the Internet  There is the possibility of credit card number theft  On average only 1/9th of stock is available on the net
    19. 19. FUTURE OF E-COMMERCE IN INDIA According to business world estimate near about Sixty thousand new jobs will be created for the internet world alone in the next two years  e-Commerce transactions are expected to cross the Rs. 5k crore milestone in 2012-13, a jump of around 500 percent from the 2008-09 figure of Rs. 1000 crore  eBay said that consumers were trading goods worth almost three crore rupees everyday, across the India. 
    20. 20. Presented by:Anuj Jaspreet

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