Welcome to the Business Constituency Wiki


This is an archived workspace of the Commercial and Business Users Constituency (BC) with practical information for BC members. Call information is current, while all other information can be found on the BC's website.

For recent news pertaining to the BC, please visit our website, www.bizconst.org. Please note that the BC's website is not a website supported or operated by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names & Numbers (ICANN).



What is the BC?

The Business Constituency (BC) is the voice of commercial Internet users within ICANN - the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers. ICANN is a global body with responsibility for certain policies that relate to the domain name system (DNS). Domain names are the names consumers and businesses rely upon to find websites for legitimate products and services on the Internet. 

Business users rely on a stable and secure Internet and ecommerce experience, one that serves their users and customers on a global basis. Through your participation in ICANN, and in the Business Constituency, your company will make a difference on behalf of business. 

The BC represents business of all types - multi-nationals, medium-size companies and small enterprises. One of the Constituency's strengths is its association membership - which extends BC outreach directly to over 50,000* companies and indirectly to over 1.5 million companies worldwide. Over 88% of these are small or medium enterprises (SMEs). For more information on the BC please visit the BC Web Site:  www.bizconst.org.


Contents of the BC Wiki:

BC Executive Committee: Here
BC Conference call information:  Here 
BC Newsletter Archives:  Here
CSG BOP WG:  Here

Useful Links:

Why Join the Business Constituency?
What is ICANN? 

Questions? Please contact the BC Secretariat: info-bc@icann.org

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