The business services sector, which encompasses a wide variety of activities, is one of the largest service sectors in Europe and accounts for 11% of GDP. This makes it a key component of the European economy. It is also a key driver of innovation as it supports other sectors and helps to create new combinations of goods and services.
Unlike physical products, services are delivered directly to customers. This means that the production and consumption of a service are simultaneous, and no inventory can be held. As such, the delivery of a service is very closely linked to customer demands. It’s important to understand these demands in order to provide the best experience possible to your customers.
In addition, business services often require customers to be involved in operational processes, sometimes to a very significant degree. For example, a customer who dithers at a fast-food counter can have a huge impact on the speed and quality of service for the other customers waiting behind him.
These Business Services Terms form a binding contract between the Snap entity that you are contracting with (the “Snap Entity”) and you, whether you are using the Business Services in your personal capacity or as an agent on behalf of an entity. The Choice of Law, Exclusive Venue, and Arbitration provisions in the Snap Terms of Service apply to these Business Services Terms. In addition, if you are contracting with Snap Inc., then the additional Supplemental Terms and Policies governing the Business Services will apply.