clicks-and-mortar


clicks-and-mortar
= bricks-and-clicks
A business model that combines e-commerce with the use of physical premises such as retail outlets or warehouses.

Accounting dictionary. 2014.

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  • clicks and mortar — clicks and mor‧tar [ˌklɪks ən ˈmɔːtə ǁ ˈmɔːtər] adjective [usually before a noun] a clicks and mortar company sells its products on both the Internet and in shops: • The merger of AOL and Time Warner created the first big clicks and mortar… …   Financial and business terms

  • clicks-and-mortar — UK US adjective [before noun] INFORMAL ► E COMMERCE, COMMERCE used to describe a company that sells its goods or services using both traditional stores and the internet: »Internet only services will have to develop some physical presence on the… …   Financial and business terms

  • clicks and mortar — noun (commercial jargon) Retailing that combines traditional outlets with the use of the Internet • • • Main Entry: ↑click …   Useful english dictionary

  • clicks-and-mortar — adj. Describes a retail business model that combines online e commerce with physical retail outlets. Example Citation: That was one day after BarnesandNoble.com chief executive Jonathan Bulkeley championed the clicks and mortar philosophy that… …   New words

  • clicks-and-mortar — adj. pertaining to or being a company that does business on the Internet and in traditional stores or offices. Also, click and mortar. [1995 2000; on the model of earlier brick(s) and mortar, referring to physical buildings or sites] * * * clicks …   Useful english dictionary

  • clicks-and-mortar — /ˌklɪks ən mɔ:tə/ adjective conducting business both through e commerce and also in the traditional way in buildings such as shops and warehouses (NOTE: Compare this term with bricks and mortar.) ▪▪▪ ‘…there may be a silver lining for ‘clicks and …   Marketing dictionary in english

  • clicks-and-mortar — /ˌklɪks ən mɔ:tə/ adjective conducting business both through e commerce and also in the traditional way in buildings such as shops and warehouses. Compare bricks and mortar ▪▪▪ ‘…there may be a silver lining for ‘clicks and mortar’ stores that… …   Dictionary of banking and finance

  • clicks-and-mortar — clicks′ and mor′taror click′ and mor′tar, adj. pertaining to or being a company that does business on the Internet and in traditional stores or offices • Etymology: 1995–2000; on the model of earlier brick(s) and mortar, referring to physical… …   From formal English to slang

  • clicks-and-mortar — adj. pertaining to or being a company that does business on the Internet and in traditional stores or offices. Also, click and mortar. [1995 2000; on the model of earlier brick(s) and mortar, referring to physical buildings or sites] * * * …   Universalium

  • clicks-and-mortar — bricks and clicks A business model that combines e commerce with the use of physical premises such as retail outlets or warehouses …   Big dictionary of business and management