Business services are those activities that help a company perform its trade yet do not produce a tangible product. These can include logistics, shipping, warehousing and marketing. For example, a business may hire an outside firm to provide IT support. The value of these services is intangible, but their importance to a business is not. They allow a business to focus on its core operations without having to worry about other functions.
As companies become more global, the demand for business services is on the rise. The service industry contributes a large percentage to the economies of most countries. This is especially true in low-income countries, where business services are often critical to the economy. In addition, many jobs in this sector are relocating from high-cost countries to cheaper ones, such as India, where skilled employees and technology infrastructure make it an attractive place for companies to outsource their non-core functions.
A variety of industries require different types of business services, from financial to food and beverage. Careers in this field vary in their skill sets, but some of the most common skills include project management, IT support and human resources. While some business service jobs can be done remotely, others are more reliant on the physical location of the company and employee’s schedule.
You will comply with these Business Services Terms and any supplemental terms, guidelines or policies set forth by Snap. If you are using the Business Services in a country that has its own version of these terms (a “Local Terms”), then you will also be subject to those Local Terms. You will indemnify and hold harmless Snap and its affiliates, directors, officers, stockholders, employees, licensors, representatives, and agents from and against any complaints, charges, damages, losses, costs, fines, expenses, and liabilities, including reasonable attorneys’ fees, that may arise in connection with your use of the Business Services.