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    Part 3: MCQ on EC Business Models

    EC in EC Business models stands for ______

    A. E-Connected

    B. Electronic Commerce

    C. Essential Commerce

    D. Electric Commerce

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    ________is part of the four main types for e-commerce.

    A. B2B B. P2P C. C2A D. All of the above View Answer

    Companies like Flipkart, Shopclues and Myntra belongs to the ________ Ecommerce (EC) segment.

    A. B2B B. P2P C. B2C D. C2B View Answer

    OLX is an example of ________ E-commerce segment.

    A. B2B B. B2C C. C2B D. C2C View Answer

    Customers pay a fixed amount, usually monthly or quarterly or annually, to get some type of service is known as ________E-Commerce Business Model.

    A. Licensing B. Transaction C. Affiliate D. Subscription View Answer

    This E-Commerce business model mainly focuses on selling products or services online.

    A. Indirect Marketing

    B. Marketplace

    C. Online Direct Marketing

    D. Brick & Mortar View Answer

    _______ is related to software frameworks for e-commerce applications.

    A. WordPress Framework

    B. E-commerce Framework

    C. Business Framework

    D. .NET Framework View Answer

    _________is a retail fulfilment method where a store doesn’t keep the products it sells in stock.

    A. Aggregator Model B. Dropshipping C. Affiliate

    D. Advertising Model

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    _______type of E-Commerce has trade and transaction dealings between business establishments.

    A. Business To Customer

    B. Peer To Peer

    C. Business To Business

    D. Customer To Customer

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    In ___________E-Commerce Model, Marketer or Companies charge others for allowing them to place a banner on their websites, blogs or platforms.

    A. Affiliate B. Advertising C. Transaction D. Aggregator View Answer

    _______ FDI permitted B2B E-commerce and in marketplace model of e-commerce.

    A. 100% B. 50% C. 65% D. 30% View Answer

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    Govt defines e-commerce marketplace rules, allows 100% FDI

    5 min read . Updated: 30 Mar 2016, 09:55 AM IST

    Asit Ranjan Mishra, Mihir Dalal

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    The government notification on e-commerce models is expected to redefine the way online retail is done in India. Photo: iStockphoto

    DIPP has also come out with the definition of e-commerce, inventory-based model and marketplace model

    स्रोत : www.livemint.com

    Tightening of FDI policy on e

    100% FDI has been allowed in business to business (B2B) e-commerce under the automatic route since 2000.

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    Exclusive Tightening of FDI policy on e-commerce positive for brick and mortar retailers

    100% FDI has been allowed in business to business (B2B) e-commerce under the automatic route since 2000.

    ETRetail

    January 02, 2019, 15:12 IST

    The recent clarifications provided by the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) on the foreign direct investment (FDI) policy on e-commerce will alter the business model of the e-commerce companies. This will also force e-commerce companies to rejig their shareholding and business transactions.

    100% FDI has been allowed in business to business (B2B) e-commerce under the automatic route since 2000. Notwithstanding this, it was only in 2016, when definitions and guidelines were prescribed for FDI in entities operating in the e-commerce space. Subsequently, the FDI policy made distinctions between marketplace-based model and inventory-based model of e-commerce - while 100% FDI is permitted under the automatic route in the marketplace model of e-commerce, FDI is not permitted in the inventory-based model of e-commerce so as to protect the domestic players from foreign competition and intensive discounting. The policy also prohibited marketplace e-commerce entities from directly or indirectly influencing the sale price of the goods, so as to maintain a level playing field with the brick and mortar retailers. Despite this, huge discounts are being offered by the e-commerce players, which eventually led to the review of the FDI policy on e-commerce, to be effective from February 1, 2019.

    What has changed in the current policy?

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    These revised guidelines are designed to provide a level playing field to brick and mortar retailers by restricting deep discounts by e-commerce players. This will impact the ability of e-commerce players to attract customers, forcing them re-look at their business model and strategies for market penetration. The biggest blow to the e-commerce companies is perhaps, the restriction on the sale of private labels on e-commerce platforms, which has hitherto provided better margins, helped fill product gaps and facilitated indirect control of inventory. This may impact the operations of the associate entities of e-commerce marketplace companies, which include among others, Cloudtail (a joint venture (JV) of Amazon India and Catamaran Ventures), Appario (a subsidiary of the JV between Amazon India and Patni Group), Flipkart India Private Limited and Amazon Wholesale. These entities have been accounting for a large share of sales at these e-commerce platforms, and will now have to undergo a change in their ownership to continue selling their products on the respective e-commerce platforms. Furthermore, the marketplace entity will now have to ensure that services like warehousing, logistics, payments, among others, and including cash back schemes are provided in a fair and non-discriminatory manner to all vendors.

    Who gains? Who loses?

    In addition, no vendor is allowed to have an exclusive tie-up with any e-commerce marketplace entity. Thus, tie-ups like OnePlus mobiles-Amazon, Samsung mobiles-Flipkart, Xiaomi-Flipkart, will no longer be valid. Vendors, who were earlier resorting only to online sales (owing to its relatively lower cost of operations vis-a-vis the offline channel), will now have to re-look at their strategy pursuant to the imposition of the cap of 25% on sales through a particular marketplace e-commerce entity.

    Will discounting completely go away?

    Despite the current restrictions proposed to be imposed in the revised FDI policy, price discounts per se, is not expected to go away completely, though some rationalisation in discounts is expected. The prevailing FDI norms for the marketplace model for e-commerce also prohibit discounting. Despite this, disparity in pricing in the online and offline retail modes exists. Monitoring of the preferential services (logistics, warehousing etc.) being provided to a particular vendor can be challenging. Also, indirect control over inventory through step-down ownership structures can’t be ruled out.

    Even in a situation of complete price parity between offline and online retailers, the ease and convenience of search, comparison and order placement from a wide variety of products would remain a key advantage for e-commerce players. Greater choice and large variety of goods are available to the consumers at the click of a mouse in the online channel, which additionally offers convenient return / exchange policy. Favourable demographics of India with a young population, increasing penetration of smartphones and internet also augur well for the prospects of the online retail industry in India.

    (This article has been written by Subrata Ray, Senior Group Vice President and Kinjal Kirit Shah, Vice President, Corporate Sector Ratings at ICRA. )

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