Put simply, E-commerce is the storefront of tomorrow. In 2007, E-commerce retail sales reached $124 billion and it continues to grow each year. Amazingly, this accounted for less than 5% of total retail sales for that year. As more consumers become comfortable with E-commerce transactions, businesses must be prepared for their sales focus to switch to online transactions.
In addition to business to consumer transactions, online business to business (B2B) transactions have exploded as businesses continue to search for ways to reduce costs. B2B transactions totaled more than $1 trillion dollars in 2007. As an essential tool for reducing costs and thereby increasing profits, businesses must be prepared for the continued transition to online transactions.
OUR EXPERIENCE AND APPROACH
At the Digesti Law Firm, we pride ourselves on our Internet savvy. We have represented clients on the cutting edge of E-commerce transactions ranging from VIP ticket sales for Back Street Boys concerts to the sale of rare dog breeds. Our attorneys have drafted, negotiated, and closed transactions with E-commerce pioneers including Kobe Bryant, the Back Street Boys, Paul Oakenfold, Chris Daughtry, and Ticketmaster.
OUR UNIQUE PRICING APPROACH
In this challenging economic environment, it has become increasingly critical for each business to examine their costs and spend money where the most value is created. At the Digesti Law Firm, we believe in providing each business client with an exact cost of each project so that the client can budget accordingly. While some firms still offer the “billable hour” approach and no estimate on total cost, we believe our clients deserve more. After assessing the time required to complete each project, we provide our clients with a flat fee. Our clients expect more than an open-ended pricing structure, and at the Digesti Law Firm, we provide them with what they expect.