Business Products / Services

B2B (Business to Product) has now become B2BC: "Business to Business Consumer." Businesses who are continuously on the quest to stay in business—be it to grow or simply retain relevance in their industries—have in the process also created one of the largest consumer groups.

 

Today, businesses frantically collect data, look for inspiration, produce new marketing, branding & tactics to remain relevant in the industry. Additionally, they employ consultants who are the backbones to their business infrastructure. However, a business service provider today must exert foresight & be trustworthy. You can provide any business exactly what they ask for or you can provide them with what they need; a concept you ensure they learn to discern effective immediately.

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The 25 Best Business Articles Every Entrepreneur Should Read

As an entrepreneur, you face regular roadblocks from worries about the future to difficulties managing personnel. To learn to face these roadblocks head-on, you can turn to books, trusted advisors, or perhaps best of all for your busy schedule: business articles. Business articles serve as an accessible source of small business advice, whether you find them in a journal, business magazine, or business blog. For your convenience, we’ve compiled a list of the 25 best business articles for entrepreneurs covering topics from business management to finding the motivation to push forward.

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Business Services Industry Outlook

The business services industry's outlook is a function of the health of the broader economy, which is currently quite favorable.

A rise in GDP, an improving employment scenario, inflation approaching 2%, easing of the U.S. dollar and momentum in oil prices are all signs of improvement in the U.S. economy, which in turn is positive for the business services industry. The Trump administration's business-friendly policies, including tax cuts and the repeal of regulations, are additional tailwinds.

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Business Services: Background

The business services industry is a very broad industry encompassing many different categories of business operations; all of them provide some sort of non-financial service to other companies. These services include advertising, marketing, consultation, logistics (including travel and facilities services), waste handling, staffing services, shipping, administration, and security services to name a few. Nearly every business in operation has need for at least one of the different kinds of service offered by the industry.