Deutsch: Agent / Español: Agente / Português: Agente / Français: Agent / Italiano: Agente
An Agent is one who acts for, or in the place of, another, by authority from him; one entrusted with the business of another.

In an industrial context, "agent" refers to a person or entity that acts on behalf of another person or entity to perform specific tasks or negotiations. The agent industry encompasses the provision of agents and services for various industries, including sales, procurement, and representation. Some examples of industries related to agent services include:

  1. Sales and marketing representation
  2. Procurement and supply chain management
  3. Real estate brokerage and property management
  4. Intellectual property and patent licensing
  5. Artist and talent representation
  6. Customs and freight forwarding
  7. Travel and tourism services.


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