Business services are actions that benefit a company without supplying physical products. They are a large portion of the commercial world, and companies rely on them for marketing, production, cost, safety, and convenience purposes. In the case of a construction project, for example, a business could hire a contractor to manage the project for them, which is a form of business service. In addition to this, many businesses provide services for their employees and customers as well.
These services include advertising, consulting, logistics (including travel and facilities), waste handling, staffing, shipping, administration and security services. Almost every company has a business services branch, which can be a subdivision of the main product divisions in a firm or a separate subsidiary.
The industry is growing rapidly due to new technologies and increased demand for outsourcing. The coronavirus pandemic, in particular, has accelerated this trend. Moreover, the technology sector is transforming many traditional business services into digital ones. This is largely because of the fact that digital platforms and systems can deliver much of the same functionality as traditional physical services.
By using the Business Services, you represent and warrant that you are acting as an agent of an individual or entity and that: (i) you have the authority to, and do bind that individual or entity to these Business Services Terms; and (ii) any actions you take in connection with these Business Services Terms are within the scope of your agency relationship and in accordance with all applicable legal and fiduciary duties. You further agree that any claims and disputes arising out of these Business Services Terms or the use of the Business Services which cannot be resolved in small claims court will be settled by binding arbitration on an individual basis, except as otherwise provided in this Section 7.