- adj. Of businesses selling to other businesses.
“It will reach out to those countries in Europe where it doesn't have a presence through its products and manufacturing capacity via its business-to-business model, it added.”
“The team followed 180 young tech companies in business-to-business markets in the U.K. over six years.”
“Capossela, a 20-year veteran of Microsoft, previously served as senior vice president of the Office business, responsible for marketing business-to-business products such as Office and Visio.”
“Party also said it is looking for a buyer for its Ongame business-to-business poker network and hopes to complete a sale by the year-end.”
“Only two offerings are scheduled to price this week: human resources software services company Cornerstone OnDemand Inc., which hopes to raise $115.5 million with a listing on the Nasdaq under the symbol CSOD, and China-based Internet business-to-business commerce site Global Market Group Ltd., aiming for $143 million on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol GMC.”
“PARIS—French IT services company Capgemini continued its buying spree Tuesday, agreeing the €382 million $550.6 million acquisition of Prosodie, a French company that manages business-to-business client transactions and is controlled by private-equity fund Apax Partners.”
“Eloqua uses word of mouth, seminars, business-to-business marketing groups and social media to reach potential customers.”
“We're business-to-business and not business-to-consumer like Google, so it's not a direct competition.”
“People tell me there are over 5,000 online dating sites, but I couldn't find one that focused on matchmaking business-to-business B2B relationships.”
“In the past decade, PPR has traded its low-growth retail and business-to-business operations for more glamorous and profitable brands such as Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent and Puma.”
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