What is an E-Commerce website? E-Commerce websites are online portals that facilitate online transactions of goods and services through means of the transfer of information and funds over the Internet. In the early days, e-commerce was done partially through emails and phone calls. Now, with a single website, anything and everything that a transaction needs, can be executed online. Types of E-Commerce websites Different eCommerce websites are labeled or referred to differently, based on the function they fulfill. Business-to-Business (B2B): Electronic transactions of goods and services between companies. Example: A business sells SAS products to other businesses. Business-to-Consumer (B2C): Electronic transactions of goods and services between companies and consumers. Example: You buy a new t-shirt from an online store. Consumer-to-Consumer (C2C): Electronic transactions of goods and services between consumers, mostly through a third party. Example: You sell your old smartphone on eBay or Olx to another consumer. Consumer-to-Business (C2B): Electronic transactions of goods and services where individuals offer products or services to companies. Example: A Social media influencer offers exposure to their online audience in exchange for a fee.
Fashion face masks? Well, yes. Whether face masks work or not, having the world wearing them brings us together symbolically, visually, all against the disease. While for the general public, masks are less a reliable prophylactic against the virus. So far, Austria, Czech Republic, and Israel have instructed citizens to cover their faces while outside their homes. Against the Virus? The threat of Covid-19 has eclipsed the stigma of public mask-wearing. Right now, protective masks are no longer medical devices but key parts of our cultural landscape and fashion. Seeing people wearing face masks while venturing into town to pick up groceries, no longer feels strange. Somehow it feels like the new fashion ‘normal’. The ‘New Normal’ Granted, face masks are designed as a practical way to stop the spread of Covid-19. But, as these masks become part of one’s look, reflecting one’s personality and outlook on life, fashion must be embedded in them. In my daily walks, I see men jogging by. Some are wearing stretchy masks that look like were made from the same performance materials as their shorts and jackets. There’s a matching sense about those masks. Then, there are several people wearing fashion face masks in fun and retro patterns. Arguably, cut from the many discarded outfits they found in the recesses of their closets. Also, my Instagram feed is flooded by people wearing fashion face masks of any imaginable kinds.
Why Your E-commerce Project Needs an App Let's talk about e-commerce mobile business. This is really an interesting topic to discuss since eСommerce apps are extremely popular right now, they're in the highest demand. Why? We can name at least 10 reasons explaining such a level of popularity, and we're describing each one in detail in our article. Moreover, we're going to tell you the best way of building an e-commerce app which is sure to succeed. Types of eCommerce mobile apps 1. Business-to-business (B2B) B2B mobile e-commerce apps are aimed at selling goods or providing services; moreover, these processes are carried out between enterprises (that is, business companies). 2. Business-to-Consumer (B2C) A B2C model is the most popular type of e-commerce apps. Here, we’re talking about the interaction of a certain company (like an online store) and the end-consumer (the person making the purchase). 3. Consumer-to-Consumer (С2C) A C2C model implies that the sale of goods is carried out between the consumers themselves. Glaring examples of such e-commerce mobile applications are platforms to conduct online auctions and different P2P marketplaces. 4. Consumer-to-Business (С2В) It’s not a typical example of e-commerce app development. In this case, consumers are selling their services or goods to companies (business). A good instance is when web designers or photographers demonstrate their pieces (let us say, logos or colorful photos), and the agency can buy what it likes.
Bengaluru: India’s e-commerce industry is expected to reach $99 billion in size when online commerce penetration will more than double to almost 11%. The growth rate for the industry in India, for each of the next four years, would surpass the same of established economies like the US, China, the UK, Europe and Brazil, according to Goldman Sachs’s review of e-commerce markets globally. E-commerce is expected to register a growth of over 18% for the current year but estimates for 2021 and 2022 show a year-on-year growth rate of over 33% and 28% respectively. To compare, growth rates for the same period for the US are 17% and 19%, while it is nearly 11% for China in the next two years. To be sure, the market size base is bigger in both the US and China along with higher penetration of the total retail market. The pandemic is accelerating both growth and penetration of e-commerce further in these markets, including in India.