Business services are those that help companies function and reach their goals, such as accounting, IT support, warehousing, logistics and marketing. A company may hire a business service provider to save money or because it does not have the time, expertise or resources to do the work itself. Many business-to-consumer, or B2C, service businesses also fall under this category, as do some charitable organizations.
There are many types of business services, and some are more specialized than others. For example, a real estate service helps companies find and rent office space. Other services are more specific, such as animal control or pest extermination. These kinds of services ensure that a company is safe for its employees and customers, and can protect it from potential code violations and other legal problems. Tech support workers are another type of business service, as they help people and companies troubleshoot computer, network and other technology issues. This kind of business service can help companies resolve problems quickly so that they can stay productive.
Financial services are a very important part of any economy, and the business-to-business (B2B) segment is no exception. Financial services can help businesses get the money they need to grow and expand, purchase new equipment or pay for day-to-day expenses. A business can hire a financial services company to handle its banking, investing or even loaning out money to other businesses.
Another important kind of business service is transportation, which is the movement of people or goods between locations. This can include shipping, rail and air transport. It can also include providing access to a building or facility, such as a rental car service or a courier service.
Lastly, there are personal services, which can range from workout facilities to childcare. These are generally offered by companies to help their employees maintain a healthy lifestyle, improve productivity and promote a better work-life balance.
In addition to ensuring that your services comply with Applicable Law wherever they are offered, you agree to follow all Community Guidelines, Advertising Policies, Merchant Policies, Brand Guidelines, Promotions Rules and any other creative and technical specifications that Snap sets for you (the “Terms”) when using the Business Services. If you use the Business Services to offer a sweepstakes, contest, offer or other promotion (“Promotion”), then you are solely responsible for complying with all Applicable Law, and Snap’s Promotions Rules and other rules that we may publish from time to time (the “Local Terms”). If you are offering a Promotion through a Third Party Platform, such as Facebook or Google, you must review and comply with that Third Party Platform’s Terms. You must also obtain all necessary licenses, approvals, authorizations and permissions to use the Business Services, including any intellectual property or other rights that you have in the Content that you submit through the Business Services. If you fail to do so, then you must promptly terminate your use of the Business Services. You must also abide by any other local, state or federal laws that apply to you.