One who retails anything; as, a retailer of merchandise; a retailer of gossip; -- used also of businesses, including large corporations; as, Sears, Roebuck is one the the country's largest retailers.
Another term for travel agents who sell travel products directly to consumers.
a merchant such as a shopkeeper who sells to the final customer.
A person or business that sells to the public.
an organisation which purchases products for the purpose of reselling them to ultimate consumers, the general public, often from a shop or store (137,392)
Somebody who sells products or services
a merchant who sells goods at retail
a company whose principal business is the sale of merchandise at retail and sells such items as are known to the trade as craft and hobby products, supplies or parts thereof, to the consumer
a dealer / outlet that sells to anyone
a different type of business, certainly, but a business nonetheless
a merchandiser who sells goods to consumers
an intermediary that operates between manufacturers and consumers
an organisation that purchases products for the purpose of reselling them to A) other retail organisations
Business whose sales come primarily from retailing.
A business which sells goods directly to the consumer (public).
In electricity markets, an entity that purchases electricity in bulk for resale to end-use consumers or that acts as an agent or broker for a consumer or another retailer in the sale of electricity.
An individual or firm that sells goods and services directly to the consumer.
Firms such as travel agents and airlines, that promote and sell travel to consumers.
A store owner or operator who sells products directly to customers, sets or implements retail policies and procedures and is responsible for store conditions and profitability.
A business that takes title to products and resells the m to final consumers. Examples include Wal-Mart, Best Buy, and Safeway, but also include the many smaller independent stores. Return disposal costs: The costs associated with disposing or recycling products that have been returned due to customer rejects, end-of- life or obsolescence.
A merchant whose main business is selling directly to the ultimate consumer. An "independent" retailer is one who is not corporately affiliated or franchised with his distributor.
a business that buys from extractors, manufacturers and wholesalers then sells to the ultimate consumer. Retailers operate stores. They also sell using the mail, door -to -door salespeople and vending machines.
A business that purchases products for the purpose of re-selling them to ultimate consumers, the general public, often from a shop or store. p. 417
sells goods or services to the consumer for personal use.
A company that sells electricity to customers.
The party that sells directly to the ultimate consumer. Also referred to as the Data Recipient since, in the data synchronization model, the retailer is the recipient of data published by the supplier (Data Source).