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Expanding E-Commerce Opportunities

By Carl German, University of Delaware, 2008, clgerman@udel.edu.
 

Marketing Plans
 
Slide Presentation
  • Business to Business (B2B) Agriculture E-Commerce Primer, Carl German, University of Delaware, 2008 - This PowerPoint slide presentation shows growers how to use the Internet to market and promote their business and to use e-commerce to sell their products. The presentation defines fundamental terms and concepts related to e-commerce, describes the evolution of e-commerce in agriculture and explains topics pertinent to selling and marketing on the Internet.

 

 

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