Whatever happened to the B2B boom?[QQ] Six months ago analysts were predicting a boom in online business-to-business activity. In the wake of high-profile business-to-consumer crashes like boo.com industry experts claimed the good times would be more sustainable for B2B.
But with confidence in the dotcom sector plummeting, where does this leave this white knight of the new economy?
AccountancyAge.com this week features an analysis of how internet B2B ventures are likely to fare in 2001. Analysis is at www.accountancyage.com/news/1116097
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