Business services are a set of functions that help an organization to accomplish trade activities. They are a large part of the European service sector, which contributes 11% of EU GDP. They include technical services such as engineering and architecture, but also professional services like legal services, employment services, and facility management. They are a key factor in the “servitisation” of the economy, which is about adding value to products through new combinations of goods and services.
Business-to-business services are essential for businesses to function properly. They can be used to improve efficiency and reduce costs by outsourcing non-value-added tasks to third parties. This frees up employees to focus on critical projects that can make the company money. Examples of business-to-business services include ink refilling, cleaning, and maintenance of office equipment and machines like printers, photocopy machines, fax machines, routers, scanners, and laminating machines.
The business to business services industry can be a highly dynamic environment with rapid changes in customer needs and expectations. This can create challenges and opportunities for providers of these services. For example, a customer may ask for something that was not requested previously, which could change the overall quality of the service. Likewise, a customer who dithers at a fast-food counter can slow down the service for everyone else in line behind him.
You are responsible for compliance with Applicable Law where you offer your Business Services. You also are responsible for complying with any additional terms, guidelines, and policies (collectively, “Supplemental Terms and Policies”) that Snap may require you to adhere to when using the Business Services. These include, but are not limited to: Community Guidelines, Advertising Policies, Merchant Policies, Brand Guidelines, Promotions Rules, and Snapcode Usage Guidelines.