13 Jun

E-commerce (electronic commerce) allows businesses to buy and sell goods and services over the Internet. 

Business-to-Consumer e-commerce (B2C) is conducted in a similar way Business-to-Business e-commerce, with the key distinction being the legal and regulatory protections in place for the former. E-commerce can be conducted over computers, tablets, smartphones, and other smart devices. 

Nearly every imaginable product and service is now being made available through e-commerce transactions. 

While there’s no universally accepted definition of e-commerce, it is generally included within the term ‘e-business’, which describes the concept of applying computer technology, not only to the buying and selling of goods, content or services, but also to internal processes within a business such as knowledge management and human resources.

Download our B2C E-commerce Guide that covers the topic extensively, including:

  1. What is B2C e-commerce?
  2. Modes of website-based e-commerce. 
  3. What to include on an e-commerce website. 
  4. Online Platforms. 
  5. E-commerce contract formation. 
  6. Click-Wrap and Browse-Wrap. 
  7. Website set up flowchart 
  8. Consumer Protection. 
  9. Data Protection. 
  10. General background information to be disclosed on e-commerce websites. 
  11. Transaction information to be disclosed on e-commerce websites. 
  12. Brand Protection. 
  13. Online Brand Protection Checklist 
  14. B2C e-commerce law and regulation
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