A consumer market is a market for products and services purchased by individuals and households. This can be contrasted with the business market -- products and services purchased by businesses. The consumer market is the primary type of economic activity on a global basis. The following are prominent examples of the consumer market.
Books / Digital Content
Computers & Peripherals
Events (e.g. sporting events / concerts)
Fashion & Accessories
Fitness & Recreation
Health & Wellness
Media, Automotive / Automotive Aftermarket
Professional Services (e.g. lawyers)
Recreational Products / Services
Restaurants & Cafes
Toys & Games
Video Games, Collectibles & Antiques
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