"Korea's SMEs are empowered to grow globally through global networks."

In 2005, after the failure of MacconIT headquarters, which started with six co-founders, CEO Kim Pyung-soo, we re-entered the mold, injection and R & D projects in 2013. In order to overcome subcontracting production, which is a small-sized SME system in Korea, SME workers gathered and started to make a new leap into the Korean SME Association for the purpose of global advancement.

Website is part of that. B2B portal business model to fast-growing digital culture can not be confident of global competitiveness, and 4 years of steady investment and development. We have come to develop an Omni-Channel platform of Korean small and medium business that integrates the world's largest platform. Omni Channel platform e-commerce online & offline B2G e-commerce portal and dropshippong focusing on customers B2B, and B2C merchants Already Made Platform. Consumer-to-consumer, large-enterprise and business-to-business sales, and a variety of services.

Macconny21's Reciprocal
Maccon = Tree
NY = oriented leader
21 = New world until 2021

Macconny21 is not only investment-oriented or government-sponsored but also funded by the members of the association. We have partnered with network companies around the world who are able to make immediate profitable connections. Macconny21, unlike the usual business-to-consumer approach, places greater emphasis on Korean products, software and idea trading, suppliers are focused on selling products in bulk to small and medium businesses around the world. There are three sales line strategies in total.

1. Mass production - B2G platform
2. Mass production and wholesale store trial - B2B platform
3. Online Store -B2C Platform, the Omni-Channel platform focuses on small and medium-sized companies' overseas expansion. We support our competitiveness to raise talent, support for global open innovation participation, investment attraction, global network. There is free support for internationally renowned universities and alumni networks, legal, accounting, strategy, public relations ambassadors, mentoring, strong customer acquisition, and free merchants including hardcore citizens and global peers and allied nations.

The monetization structure of is simple. We are constantly developing the best possible strategies for everyone to make a profit. Our goal is to promote growth such as partners, suppliers, and franchise operators.

Free Supply Omni-Channel Platform
Macconny21 offers a free OmniChannel platform. You can sell your desired items online and receive inquiries from buyers at any time.

Premium Gold
Macconny21 will be automatically be upgraded to a premium business class if you have more than $ 20 million in sales each month because of the limited free availability of this platform. In this case, you pay a total of 4% of your monthly sales.

Gold Supplier
It will be automatically upgraded to a Gold Supplier with monthly revenues of $ 200 million and a 6% commission if the supplier is verified. All Gold Supplier companies must meet the highest level of membership requirements, Strict authentication and verification procedures must be performed by third-party credit reporting agencies.

Through its global network, is a Global collaboration, investment attraction. We can help you develop products jointly. Through its global network of education, we will provide a platform for all of this in one place. In addition, Macconny21 offers a different revenue structure. Customs clearance, VAT refund, trade finance and logistics services, software sales, etc. There are more promotions for your site and the benefit of having unlimited deals.

It gives you the opportunity to go to the world famous celebrity, Macconny21 will promote growth through legal, accounting, planning, consulting, insurance, and public relations essential for overseas advancement.

Macconny21 Definition
Macconny21 is the branch of MacconIT. MacconIT started as a re-casting mold, injection and research and development company, which failed in 2005, along with Kim Pyeong-soo and six co-founders in 2013. McCone Haiti has established a quality management system that ensures the best quality for customer satisfaction through the introduction and establishment of quality system through ISO14000 certification. It is a small company that wants to provide a safe and pleasant work environment through human-centered management that thinks the environment, safety, and health first.

The process of applying UV coating on the surface of the product and curing the surface coating through ultraviolet rays and the UV coating and UV deposition technology. It is a unique high-tech technology of McCone Haitian which has differentiated technology from competitors. For mobile phone parts, telecom terminals, and automobile plastics. We have an electric high-speed injection machine capable of high-precision ultra-thin high-speed injection, which is the best in the industry.

However, it is a small company that faces a crisis every day due to the fact that it attracts financing mainly due to its performance, constant financial difficulties as a result of government support, and unit price pressure of large corporations. 14 years ago, due to the deliberate bankruptcy of large corporations, the company experienced a sudden fall. The separated family, which was thought to exist only in the north and south, was a story of reality that frequently happened in the failure of SME management. However, McConnie Haiti has not been succumbed to long suffering and adversity, and has launched a first project with constant challenges, which is the pride of our company.

Small-scale SME survival and method in Korea is subcontracted production. In order to overcome this, small and medium-sized enterprises gathered and started to make a new leap with a small company and a consortium of the Republic of Korea with the aim of global advancement. In part, we have developed the website (a B2B portal that connects small businesses and international buyers in Korea).

However, the rapidly growing digital culture is not only uncertain about global competitiveness and sustainable growth with the B2B portal business model alone I came to the conclusion that it was difficult to predict, and I started another challenge. As part of, the B2B portal business model (Alibaba), which represents social media (Facebook) China, The merchant store portal (shopify, big e commerce), startup imitation platform, and the world's largest Indiegogo platform.

We have come to develop an enterprise Omni Channel Platform Infrastructure for the purpose of merging into SMEs overseas.
The key to the OmniChannel platform experience is the modern supply chain. A supply chain that extends delivery across mobile apps, websites, social media and stores.
Businesses break down silos between online and physical stores and manage product liability as a common market.
In addition, new technologies are essential, including inventory management systems and new ways of delivering products.

Consumers, merchants, third-party service providers and others stick to the ecosystem to be prosperous. We believe that steep global growth can be achieved through entrepreneurship, innovation spirit, people-centered, and customer needs, and through evolution. We firmly believe that the culture of Macconny21 is firmly rooted in the strong consciousness of the world and the consistent principle is the power to maintain the company culture and community.

Macconny21's management method is the foundation of corporate values. The values of Macconny21 are as follows.

1) Customer first
Community interests of consumers, merchants and businesses are paramount.

2) Teamwork
We believe that new opportunities can be found through domestic and overseas open innovation and collaboration.

3) Acceptance of change
Flexibility and openness to adapt to new business environments to maintain business sustainability and vitality
I am convinced that I will be competitive with new business development and sustainable business.

4) Integrity
We maintain our highest honesty, emphasize ethical management and fulfill our promise.

5) Enthusiasm
I do not give up believing that it is right.

6) Dedication
Enjoy, work and encourage future-oriented self-development and make efforts to achieve fruitful incentive programs.

Vertically Integrated Business Model
Master platform, vertical direction chemistry, nonferrous metals, minerals, steel, coal, machinery, consumer good, agriculture, food industry platform, etc. The best strength of our is its professionalism.

Core Strategy
What are the typical hub functions of
To provide one-stop foreign trade support (logistics, finance, insurance, certification, consulting law, etc.) and all digital marketing services to increase traffic to each merchant and optimize SEO. The omnichannel platform is designed to make professional business matchmaking based on accurate market research and data. goes one step further and looks forward to continuing growth and strategies to compete with global companies.

Strategy and Competitive Advantage operates as a win-win, profit sharing system. It is based on four principles: inventiveness and passion for innovation, superior operating methods, and long-term planning rather than a competitor-centered system.

The next four are drafts of business plans and directions.

1. Regular new market entry
Initially, four years ago, the plan was to enter the world market for finished products and semifinished products from Korea's SMEs. However, as we continue to discuss all the features that are available globally and online for uncertainty about competitiveness and additional features, the omni channel platform. In other words, the plan was redefined as a plan for 'Integrated Master Platform'.

Our goal is to engage in successful business diversification and make it widely available to everyone.
It is the background of the birth of the master platform that offers the possibility of infinite growth and the opportunity of global growth.

2. Ecosystem Strengthening
The ecosystem provides collaboration opportunities for SME manufacturers, shop operators, writers, copywriters, publishers, app developers and design developers.
We have a complete network of experts in every field, or a system that allows you to share your knowledge with your organization through our global network. It will accelerate growth based on information from global commentators, analysts, journalists, or feature authors. will focus on making the right decisions and the tools you need to design and challenge the future.

3. Long-term planning
In terms of revenue generation, we also shared growth in both short and long terms.
We focus on exploring ways to pursue short-term profits and long-term growth at the same time.
The short-term strategy was to generate profits for sales and to continue to increase it and to provide a network for professional experience

4. Maximize the contribution of human resources
Finally, the ultimate goal is to be able to leverage the knowledge gained by various experts to secure competitive advantage. It is the launch of the Asuwon Foundation, a small business creation private job creation foundation, at the same time as In addition to cultivating human talent from all over the world through him, he acknowledges the diversity of ethnic minorities scattered here and there,

Providing jobs for the elderly population, including them, all the solutions are on
Board of Directors: Board of Directors
CEO: Chief Executive Officer, Executive Chairman
Chairman: Chairman of the Board

Enterprise features
Compliance: audit, conformity, diligence, anti-wash laundry
Law: arbitration, contract, intellectual property, regulation
Real Estate: Buildings, Facilities, Real Estate, Land
Secretary: General Secretary, Secretary General, Secretary General

Development Function
Analysis: data, intelligence, survey
Communication: Brand, PR, Advertising
Customer: CRM, claims, loyalty, mediator
Design Development: Art, Creation, Creation
Development: Affiliate, BusDev, Strategy
Digital Marketing: E-commerce, Online, Social Media
Distribution: Channel, large chain, retail (B2B, B2C)
Marketing: acquisition, maintenance, compensation
Procurement: buyer, buy, commodity, sourcing
Product: Product management, product development
Sales: participation, pre-sales, revenue
Services: Consulting, partners, practice
Support: After sales, maintenance, testing

Financial Function
Accounting: Accountants
Administration: Administration
Credit: Bank, Collection, Loan, Mortgage, Receivables
CFO: Head of Department
Control: budget, control, planning, reporting
Finance: Cash, Finance, Treasury
Investment: assets, capital, income, assets
Investor Relations: Investors, Shareholders
M & A: Acquisition, consolidation, merger
Risk: Risk management, insurance
Taxes: Accounting, Taxation

General Management Features
Country Management: Brazil, Canada, Croatia
General Management: President, Chief Operating Officer (COO)
Regional Management: South Korea
Management: Other management not suitable for existing departments
Regional Management: Americas, Asia-Pacific, Asia

Human resource
Greetings: Greetings Total scholars, people, personnel management
HSEQ: CSR, Health, Environment, Quality, Security
Jobs: Recruitment,
Talent: retention, compensation, diversity, culture, organization
Education: crs. Academy, education, learning

Technical Function
Engineering: Engineering
Exploration: Exploration
IT: Applications, Cloud, CIO, Network, Telecom
Manufacturing: Sourcing. System construction. consulting
Lab: Product testing. certification
Operate: Operate
R & D: Innovation, Lab, Research, Science
Supply Chain: Cargo, Logistics, Truck, Ship
Technology: CTO, Technology, Technology

CCO: Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) or Chief Customer Officer
CFO: Chief Financial Officer
CHRO: Chief Human Resources Officer
CIO: Chief Information Officer (CIO) and sometimes Chief Investment Officer (CIO)
CISO: Information Security Officer (CIO)
CMO: Chief Marketing Officer (CMO)
COO: Chief Operating Officer (COO)
CSO: Chief Sales Officer
EVP: Senior Vice President
GM: General Manager
MD: Executive Director
SVP: Senior Vice President
Vice President: Vice President

Corporate Department
Admin: Admin
AI: Artificial Intelligence
AML: Anti-money laundering
BI: Business Intelligence
BtoB: B2B
BtoC: B2C
BusDev: Business Development
CIB: Corporate Investment Bank
CRM: Customer Relationship Management
CSR: Corporate Social Responsibility
CX: Customer Experience
ETF: Exchange-Traded Fund
Foreign exchange: Foreign exchange
HSEQ: Health, Safety, Environment and Quality
ICT: information and communication technology
IoT: The Internet of Things
IR: Investor Relations
IT: information technology
LNG: Liquid natural gas
M & A: merger and acquisition
N-1: Report to CEO
N-2: Report to the CEO
OEM: Original Branded Producer
R & D: R & D
Search Engine Optimization: Search Engine Optimization
SMB: Small Business
Small Business: Small Business

Corporate Geography
ANZ: Australia and New Zealand
APAC: Asia Pacific
APJ: Asia Pacific and Japan
ASEAN: South East Asian Confederation
Benelux: Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg
CEE: Central and Eastern Europe
CIS: The Commonwealth of Independent States is sometimes called the Russian Commonwealth
DACH: Germany, Austria and Switzerland
EMEA: Europe Middle East and Africa
EMEAI: Europe Middle East Africa and India
Latin: Latin America Region
MEA: Middle East and Africa
META: Middle East, Turkey and Africa
Middle East and North Africa: MENA
Nordic: Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden
SEA: Southeast Asia
United Arab Emirates: United Arab Emirates

Corporate Entity
AG: Aktiengesellschaft or Public Limited Company of Germany
BHD: Berhad, used to identify public limited companies in Malaysia
Company: Company
Cos.: Company
Company: Corporation
Gmbh: German company limited liability company or German company \Inc.: Incorporated
KGaA: Aktien Aktien combines individual shareholders with German listed company shareholders
LLC: Limited Liability Company
LLP: Limited Partnership
Ltd. : limited edition
Oy: Osakeyhtiö or limited liability company of Finland
PLC: Public Co., Ltd.
SA: Société Anonyme, Socieda Anonyma,
SE: or Societas Europaea, Europe Ltd
According to a study by e-commerce expert Gary Hoover, the growth of e-commerce companies overall has surged over the past 14 years for some product lines, especially clothing and beauty products. Between 2000 and 2014, we achieved an average CGR of 25% on average. This trend does not slow down. In fact, growth forecasts show that by 2022, e-commerce revenue is expected to exceed US $ 638 billion in the US alone. Global e-commerce growth prospects are on the rise. In 2020, retail sales are expected to exceed $ 4,058 trillion. Future data reinforces e-commerce growth trends. 2.14 billion digital buyers predict worldwide by 2021. US e-commerce revenues are expected to exceed 123M by 2022 for apparel, footwear, and accessories (Statista). Buyers spend 36% of their budget on average online (BigCommerce). Interestingly, there are still many opportunities in the online marketplace.

According to US Department of Commerce data, e-commerce sales currently average 9.1% of total retail sales. This means that there are still opportunities for your brand to launch an ecommerce website and expand reach.
It's easy to see that e-commerce businesses are the best time to grow when considering e-commerce sales opportunities (for example, adding Amazon and eBay store information to a sales method) through e-store sales.
There's never been a better time to build a business than ever before. Entry costs are lower than ever. The ability to access and qualify professionals is much easier. We have never had the ability to talk to and adjust with our customers.

- Eric Carlson, 10x Factory Co-Founder

What is e-commerce?
Essentially, e-commerce (or e-commerce) is the buying and selling of goods (or services) on the Internet. From mobile shopping to online payment encryption, e-commerce encompasses a variety of data, systems and tools for both online shoppers and sellers.

Most businesses with e-commerce use e-commerce shops and / or e-commerce platforms to conduct online marketing and sales activities and oversee logistics and fulfillment. There are generally six major e-commerce models that can classify your business.

1. B2C
2. B2B
3. C2C
4. C2B
5. B2A
6. C2A

Let's take a closer look at each type of e-commerce.

1. Business-to-Consumer (B2C)
B2C e-commerce encompasses transformations between businesses and consumers. This is one of the most widely used sales models in e-commerce environments. When buying shoes at an online shoe store, it is a B2C transaction.

2. Business-to-Business (B2B)
B2B e-commerce is related to sales made between businesses such as manufacturers and wholesalers or retailers. This type of e-commerce is not consumer-oriented and occurs only between businesses. Most B2B sales focus on repackaged or combined raw materials or products before they are sold to customers.
B2B buyer trainingEducating customers to use new B2B tools is important for adoption.

3. Consumer - Consumer (C2C)
One of the earliest forms of e-commerce is the C2C e-commerce business model. Customer-to-customer relates to the sale of products or services that the customer has speculated. This includes customer-to-customer sales relationships (such as eBay or Amazon).

4. Consumer-to-Business (B2B)
C2B reverses the existing ecommerce model (which is common in crowdfunding projects). C2B allows individual consumers to access their products or services for business buyers.
For example, there is a business model like iStockPhoto. Stock photos can be purchased online by other photographers.

5. Business-to-Administration (B2B)
This model deals with transactions between online business and administration. Examples include products and services related to legal documents and social security.

6. Consumer to Administration (C2A)
Here are the same ideas, but there are consumers who sell online products or services to the administration. C2A may include online consultation, online tax preparation, and so on. Both B2A and C2A focus on increasing government efficiency through information technology support.

40 years of e-commerce history
E-commerce has helped countless businesses grow with new technologies, improved Internet connectivity, and wider consumer and business adoption. One of the first e-commerce transactions was created in 1982 and is now growing 23% from the previous year.

Few major e-commerce events are as below:

• In 1969, CompuServe , the first major e-commerce company, was founded.
• In 1979, Michael Aldrich invented electronic shopping.
• 1982 Boston Computer Exchange is released as one of the first e-commerce platforms.
• In 1992, Book Stacks Unlimited began as one of the book's first online marketplaces.
• 1994 Netscape launches its first Web browser, Netscape Navigator, which makes it easier for users to navigate online.
• Amazon and eBay are released in 1995 .
• In 1998, PayPal started with an online payment system.
• In 1999, started.
• In 2000, Google launched AdWords as an online search advertising tool.
• In 2005, Amazon shipped Amazon Prime with a fast payment to its members.
• Esty 2005, online marketplace for handmade and vintage launches.
• In 2009, BigCommerce will be released as an online store platform.
• In 2009, Square, Inc. was established.
• In 2011, Google Wallet will begin with an online payment system.
• In 2011, Facebook launched sponsorship news as a form of early advertising.
• In 2011 the stripes will begin.
• 2014 Apple Pay launches in the form of mobile payments.
• 2014 will start.
• In 2017, Instagram shoppable posts was introduced.
• Cyber Monday revenue in 2017 exceeds $ 6.5B.
• 1969 - CompuServe is established.
• In 1969, an electrical engineer, Dr. The early CompuServe technology, founded by John R. Goltz and Jeffrey Wilkins, was built using dial-up connections.
• In the 1980s, CompuServe introduced some of its early forms of e-mail and Internet connectivity to the public and began dominating the e-commerce environment by the mid-1990s.
• 1979 - Michael Aldrich invented electronic shopping.
• British inventor Michael Aldrich introduced electronic shopping in 1979 by working on a telephone line connecting a modified TV to a transaction processing computer.
• This enabled external parties to open and share closed data for secure data transmission, and this technology became the foundation upon which modern electronic commerce was built.
• 1982 - Boston Computer Exchange starts.
• When the Boston Computer Exchange was founded in 1982, it was the world's first e-commerce company. Its main function was to act as an online marketplace for those interested in selling used computers.
• 1992 - Book Stacks Unlimited is the first online book market.
• Charles M. Stack introduced Book Stacks Unlimited in 1992 as an online bookstore. It was three years before Jeff Bezos introduced Amazon.
• Originally the company used a dial-up bulletin board format, but in 1994 the site was switched to the Internet and operated on the domain.
• 1994 - Netscape Navigator starts up as a web browser.
• Marc Andreessen and Jim Clark co-authored Netscape Navigator as a web browsing tool and officially announced it in October 1994.
• In the 1990s, Netscape Navigator became a popular web browser on the Windows platform before the advent of modern giants such as Google.
• 1995 - Launch of Amazon and eBay.
• Jeff Bezos introduced Amazon in 1995 as an e-commerce platform.
• That same year, Pierre Omidyar introduced AuctionWeb, which later on will become what we know as eBay. Since then, both have become a huge e-commerce sales platform that allows consumers to sell online to customers around the world.
• 1998 - PayPal begins with an e-commerce payment system. Originally introduced by Confinity, founders such as Max Levhin, Peter Thiel, Nosek and Ken Howery, PayPal appeared in the e-commerce phase as a remittance tool at the end of 1998.
• By 2000, it merged with Elon Musk's online banking company and gained fame and popularity.
• 1999 - Alibaba is released. Alibaba Online started in 1999 with an online marketplace with over $ 25 million in funding.
• In 2001, the company made a profit. B2B, C2C, and B2C platforms.
• 2000 - Google introduces Google AdWords as an online advertising tool. Google Adwords was introduced in 2000 as a way for ecommerce companies to advertise to people using Google search tools. Using a short text ad copy and display URL, online retailers began using this tool in the context of a Pay Per Click (PPC).
• 2005 - Amazon introduces Amazon Prime membership. Amazon introduced the Amazon Prime in 2005 as a way to get free shipping for two days at an average annual fee. Members also have access to member-only events such as streaming services such as Amazon Video and "Prime Day," which includes other preferences such as discounted one-day shipping. This strategic move helped boost customer loyalty and encourage repeat purchases. Today, free shipping and shipping rates are the most common requests for online consumers.
• 2005 - Etsy is released. Etsy started in 2005 and allows crafters and small dealers to sell their products through the online marketplace. As a result, the creator community has been online and has expanded its reach to 24/7 buying audiences.
• 2009 - Square starts. Square was founded in 2009 by Jack Dorsey and Jim McKelvey. In 2010, we launched the first Square apps and services. Square allowed offline retailers to use debit and credit cards for bricks and mortar for the first time. The idea occurred when Dorsey was unable to sell glass faucets and accessories for $ 2,000 in 2009 because McKelvey (Dorsey's St. Louis friend at the time) did not receive a credit card.
• 2009 - BigCommerce starts. Eddie Machaalani and Mitchell Harper co-founded BigCommerce in 2009 and introduced it as a 100% bootstrap e-commerce store platform. Over the next few years, more than $ 8 billion of sales have been handled and are now headquartered in Austin, San Francisco and Sydney.
• Other e-commerce technology platform providers have also been launched at the same time. Shopify (2006) and Magento (2008) are recognized as market leaders with BigCommerce. Internet retailer's 2018 ecommerce platform guide saw all three of BigCommerce's annual store growth and revenue tops.
• 2011 - Google Wallet is now a digital payment method. Google Wallet was introduced in 2011 as a peer-to-peer payment service that allows individuals to send and send money from mobile devices or desktop computers. By connecting your digital wallet to a debit card or bank account, you can pay for the product or service through these devices. At this time, Google Wallet, in combination with Android Pay, is now known as Google Pay.
• 2011 - Facebook publishes sponsor news as a form of early advertising.
• In 2011, Facebook began providing sponsors with initial advertising opportunities for business page owners. With these paid campaigns, ecommerce businesses can use social networks to reach specific audiences and get news feeds from a variety of targeted audiences.
• 2011 - Stripe release. Stripe is a payment processing company originally built for developers. It was founded by John and Patrick Collison.
• 2014 - Apple Pay was introduced as a mobile payment method. As online shoppers use mobile devices more often, Apple has introduced Apple payments as a mobile payment and digital wallet tool that allows users to pay for their products or services to Apple devices.
• 2014 - will start. was founded in 2014 by Mike Hanrahan and Nate Faust and entrepreneur Marc Lore (who sold his former company to The company competes with Costco and Sam 's Club to provide services to those looking for the lowest prices for longer delivery times and larger orders.
• 2017 - Shoppable Instagram was introduced. Instagram Shopping started in 2017 with eCommerce partner BigCommerce. Since then, the service has expanded into an additional e-commerce platform and Instagram users can immediately click on the item and go to the product page of that product to make a purchase.
• 2017 - Cyber Monday's sales exceeded $ 6.5B. With the increase in e-commerce in 2017, online sales have earned $ 6.5 billion on Cyber Monday, a 17% increase from the previous year. Mobile sales break records with sales over mobile devices exceeding $ 2 billion.

Impact of e-commerce
The impact of e-commerce is having a ripple effect on everything from small businesses to global corporations.

1. Large retailers are forced to sell online
For many retailers, the growth of e-commerce has broadened brand reach and positively impacted revenue. But for other retailers struggling to embrace the online market, the impact was different. Retailers in the mid-market are seeing the greatest change in the impact of e-commerce at a high level. Foursquare data shows discount stores and high-end retailers keep their footsteps with consumers, but e-commerce is added to the fierce competition surrounding mid-tier retailers. Research has shown that one type of retailer has had a major impact on the rise of e-commerce. Department store. Chains like Sears and Macy's have seen overall sales decline when Amazon begins to become a consumer of products traditionally purchased at department stores.

2. E-commerce helps small businesses to sell directly to their customers.
The adoption of e-commerce by many SMEs was a slow process. But those who adopt it have found that e-commerce can open up new opportunities that were not possible before. SMB owners gradually start e-commerce stores, diversify their products, reach more customers and better accommodate customers who prefer online / mobile shopping. According to Gallup research, two of the 10 small and mid-sized companies have expanded their e-commerce presence over the past two years and 11 percent said they plan to increase their e-commerce efforts next year.

a) Online brands should be prominent.
b) Your customer is buying your identity, not buying your product.
c) The sale t-shirt is one thing; You may get some sales and some dedicated fans. But selling a T-shirt lifestyle will lead to a much longer-term success. Think about why people wear brands like Patagonia. They can easily purchase the exact same clothing options for North Face, REI or dozens of things. However, Patagonia was prominent because of the environmental movement. They built a brand-focused lifestyle for those who practice preaching, advocate for something, love and preserve the outdoors.

3. B2B companies begin to offer online ordering experiences like B2C
According to data from Four51, e-commerce in the B2B world mostly accounts for most of the sales by 2020. Another dataset represents 79% when a B2B customer expects to be able to order from an e-commerce website.
E-commerce solutions enable self-service, provide a more user-friendly platform for price comparison, and help B2B brands better maintain relationships with buyers.

Academic research has shown that e-commerce has had a great positive impact on the B2B market by enabling process improvements and lowering overall operating costs.
a) B2B consumers are also B2C consumers.
b) B2B customers like a B2C customer think every day and should sell accordingly.
c) B2B buyers have an increasing number of millennials and sales are approaching differently. The B2B brand must be online and must adjust the sales techniques and sales methods to this new generation of buyers.

4. The rise of e-commerce marketplace
The e-commerce market has been growing globally since the mid-1990s with the launch of giants known today as Amazon, Alibaba and others. Amazon is an outlier in relation to the growth of the e-commerce market, but the new e-commerce transformation is leading. By offering a wide choice and extreme convenience to our customers, we were able to scale quickly through innovation and optimization on the go. Amazon is especially famous for its unique growth strategy that has helped to achieve massive adoption and record sales.But Amazon does not do this alone. As of 2017, 51% of the products sold on Amazon were sold by third-party merchants (not Amazon).
The seller must follow the strict rules imposed by Amazon, but it can earn high profits from sales in the market.
Find more statistics at Statista

5. Supply chain management has evolved
According to survey data, one of the main effects of e-commerce on supply chain management is to shorten the product lifecycle.
As a result, producers are offering a deeper and wider range of products as a buffer against price erosion. However, this also means that the warehouse is seeing large quantities of inventory in and out of their facilities.
As a result, some warehouse companies are providing value-added services to enable e-commerce and retail operations to operate more smoothly and effectively.

These services include:
a) Separate inventory / storage space for online sales versus retail sales.
b) Other packaging services.
c) Inventory / Logistics Supervision.

6. New jobs are created, but traditional retail jobs are reduced
Jobs related to e-commerce have doubled over the past five years and are significantly higher than other types of retail business in terms of growth. But the growth of e-commerce operations is only a small part of the overall employment puzzle.

Some simple facts about how e-commerce has affected employment:
a) E-commerce jobs increased by 334%, creating 178,000 jobs since 2002.
b) Most e-commerce operations are located in the metropolitan area's mid- to large-sized areas.
c) Most e-commerce companies have fewer than four employees.
d) Scholars point out that e-commerce will continue to create jobs in areas of high technology such as the information and software sector, and the demand for increased productivity will increase.

Researcher Nuray Terzia concludes "In addition to net employment income and loss, e-commerce will affect the demand for specific technologies. E-commerce has evidence that responsibility and decision-making require new technologies based on information."

However, if efficiency is improved from the traditional retail outlets on the back, job loss or manpower reduction can occur. Like major market changes, there are positive and negative impacts on employment.

7. Customers shop differently
E-commerce (now all-round retail) has had a major impact on customers. It is revolutionizing the way modern consumers shop. Today we see that 96% of Americans who have access to the Internet have made online purchases at some point and 80% have purchased online last month. In addition to frequent shopping for e-commerce sites, 51% of Americans prefer online shopping rather than stores. Millennium is the largest demographics of online shoppers (67%), but Gen Xers and Baby Boomers are lagging 56% and 41% online shopping, respectively.
Omni-channel consumers will want more Omni Channel is in that position.
For example Carter. Currently, only 12% of customers are "multi-channel" or "Omni Channel" buyers. This means shopping directly at stores and online stores. However, they consume two to three times the number of single channel customers (store or online only).

Leaving existing customers to use other channels (online or direct) simply leaves room for organic growth.
- Brett Owens, Marketing Director and Co-Founder, Leaddyno

8. With social media, consumers can easily share products online
The researcher found that e-commerce had an interesting social impact. Especially in the context of social media
Today, ecommerce buyers are affected and buy products or services based on recommendations from friends, colleagues, and trusted sources (such as influencers) on social networks like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
Korea's SME Global social media + omni e commerce macconny21 is another essential opportunity to develop a huge all-in-one platform and continuously develop technology, In order to reach the new ecommerce revolutionary ranks, it is necessary to acquire and expand the representative brand smartphone and database of Korea.
Korea's social media. Ecommerce is on its way. In particular, we need to strengthen our payment systems such as alipay payco and make security more important than anything else for the future.In an international journal of market research, M. Nick Hajili wrote: "The trust that social media recommends has a significant impact on the intent to purchase, so trust plays an important role in e-commerce, by directly affecting purchase intent and indirectly impacting perceived usability." If you've been inspired to recommend on Facebook or to purchase recommended products on the Instagram board, you've seen the social impacts associated with e-commerce. Social security is a modern word of mouth. Word of mouth is undoubtedly the most important marketing strategy for any business. It's a good idea to set up an ad for $ 10. Assuming you are profitable based on your CoG, etc., keep the size of your ad. But with 10 friends, you can say 1 person for your brand, 5 of them buy ... and repeat for all customers coming into your store. You will not be able to keep up with inventory and shipments as you will get a lot of sales.

- William Harris, e-commerce marketing specialist, Elumynt

9. Global e-commerce is growing rapidly
Electronic commerce is increasing worldwide. Forbes reported that 57% of people surveyed in 24 countries on six continents in the past six months made online purchases in 2016. And the global impact of e-commerce has been particularly large in countries like China. This is defeating growth in all other countries. Since 2014, China has seen significant sales growth each year and retail ecommerce revenue is expected to be nearly $ 2 billion by 2019. The world is now the greatest opportunity. Today's biggest opportunity brand is reach. Online brands are likely to reach unlimited customers around the world. It's very difficult, but I think it's the biggest opportunity in online business.
- Emil Kristensen, CMO and co-founder, Sleeknote.

Advantages of e-commerce
Ecommerce offers a number of benefits, ranging from quick purchasing to the ability to reach many potential customers. Let's take a closer look at the biggest prizes you have to offer.

1. Buy faster for your customers
Customers can shop anytime, anywhere via e-commerce. In other words, buyers can quickly buy the products they want without being constrained by traditional brick and mortar store hours. You can also minimize order fulfillment delays with shipping upgrades that provide fast delivery to your customers (e.g., Amazon Prime Now).

2. The company can easily reach new customers
Ecommerce allows companies to reach new customers around the world more easily. Ecommerce stores are not tied to a single geographical location and are available to all online customers. The benefits of social media advertising make it possible for your brand to connect with a large audience ready for purchase.

Build a brand community
Community building is a long-term play and an underrated asset. But if you have a good reason, it's difficult to build a true community. By building a strong and active Facebook community at ConversionXL, we gained customer insight and natural customer feedback, but we were able to start communicating directly with our customers and their fans. Organically occurring discussions are amazing. Communities are invaluable in addition to branding / acquisition issues.

- Alex Birkett, HubSpot Growth Marketing Manager

3. Reduced operating costs
An e-commerce company can start a store with minimal operational costs without the need for physical stores (employees do not need to hire staff). As sales increase, brands can easily scale operations without hiring large-scale real estate investments or large-scale human resources. This means overall high margins.

4. Personalized experience
Automated and rich customer profiles can provide a highly personalized online experience for e-commerce customers. For example, if you show related products based on past purchasing behavior, AOV will increase and you may feel like buyers truly understand you as an individual. In a very recent history following AMAZON's customized lead, Amazon Go, which combines technology and customer data to create a new retail shopping experience, is what every brand should investigate for takeaways. - Jordan Brannon, President, Coalition Technologies Disadvantages of e-commerce Today's e-commerce is becoming more and more flexible, but it still has unique drawbacks. The following are the disadvantages of e-commerce retail. 1. Limited interaction with customers. It may be more difficult to understand the needs, requirements, and concerns of e-commerce customers without facing them directly. There is still a way to collect this data (survey data, customer support interactions, etc.), but more work is needed than talking to the shopper on a daily basis. FlipSide of FACE-TO-FACE I think the biggest change in retailing in recent history is the ability to talk directly with customers. In the past, CEOs were not necessarily at the forefront of sales. But with social media and ecommerce, you can talk directly to the vast majority of your customer base.

Through these conversations, you can speak your language, do better marketing, ask your customers what they really want, show off better products, hear their opinions, and advise on more successful product launches and overall improvements. - Eric Carlson, co-founder of the 10x plant. 2. Technology disruption can affect your ability to sell. If your e-commerce website is slow, damaged, or unavailable to customers, you will not be able to sell. Site crashes and technology failures can compromise customer relationships and negatively impact revenue. 3. No ability to test or test. Shoppers who want to experience products (particularly real goods areas such as clothing, footwear and beauty products) can have limited e-commerce experience. But with the help of video, product image and VR technology, businesses are looking for new ways to overcome this aspect of the online shopping experience. Future studies of e-commerce According to research, the future of e-commerce is predicted to be bright. By 2022, e-commerce revenue in the United States is expected to reach $ 638 million, with toys, hobbies and DIY showing the biggest growth. And there is no trend. Many Americans view online shopping as a must. 40% say they can not buy without online shopping.

Electronic commerce expert Gary Hoover's data project It is also noteworthy that e-commerce retail sales will eventually end in retail sales of bricks and mortar. In other words, even if the online sales trend continues to increase, a lot of business is going on. But that's not all. Experts predict that most e-commerce interactions will soon be a channel experience for buyers. In other words, we expect to be able to research, browse, shop and buy seamlessly across disparate devices (e.g., standalone web stores, Amazon presence, etc.). Other trends in the future of e-commerce include: Robust customer journey and personalization. Artificial Intelligence Shopping. Digital currency. Overall, we must remember that e-commerce is still new in the big picture of the retail industry. The future has endless opportunities, but success and continuity usually depend on buyer preferences. Frequently asked questions about e-commerce What are the main features of the e-commerce website? Most customers find a few key features when evaluating e-commerce websites. This is a feature that enhances the overall online shopping experience in a highly functional and user-friendly manner. Easy-to-use features: Simple navigation tools, easy payment flow, etc.
Mobile compatibility: Works and works on all mobile devices. Discount codes and promotional features: Buyers can use discounts in the field. Security features: Payment processing is safe and reliable. Social Security: Verification from past customers and trusted sources User-generated content: Reviews, ratings and photos added to product ratings Is e-commerce secure? Yes, e-commerce is more secure than ever. With the help of multi-tier e-commerce security, monitored transactions, regular PCI scans, SSL authentication, protection against DoS / DDoS attacks, and PCI compliance solutions, e-commerce stores can be assured that buyers are making their online purchases 100% safe and secure What is e-commerce in the environment ? Ecommerce fulfillment encapsulates the entire process of receiving orders and delivering them to customers. This includes both operational and logistics steps that are part of this process, such as inventory management, warehouse organization, order supervision, and customer communications on packaging and shipping and order fulfillment. These aspects of the e-commerce store can be managed through outsourcing to order fulfillment services or through dropshipping. What is the e-commerce market? The e-commerce market is a type of post-sale site where a product or service is marketed by a market operator.

These include, for example, sales platforms such as Etsy, Amazon and eBay, which are often part of the OmniChannel sales strategy. What are some examples of popular online marketplaces? Amazon. Ebay. Alibaba. Etsy. Walmart. jet. overstock. Newegg. Rakuten

What is an e-commerce platform? The e-commerce platform is a software tool that allows retail builders to customize digital stores and manage their websites, sales and e-commerce operations from a central hub. What is a hosted ecommerce platform? The hosting e-commerce platform is not responsible for the individuals who can do it through third-party solutions, but rather, it handles all website hosting responsibilities. This complicates the management of e-commerce operating software and costs less than self-hosting. In a hosted e-commerce platform, the platform essentially handles updating, security, and other related tasks for shop owners leasing software.

I hope to be hosted in Korea too.