The Ohio State University Ecommerce Center (OSTC) is a partnership of universities and businesses that provide information and resources to help businesses, individuals, and communities access commerce.

While there is a lot of misinformation about the Ecommerce center, the goal is to help educate Ohioans and businesses about what the center offers.

The Ecommerce survey aims to help people understand what the OSC offers and how to use it.

The survey has been completed for a total of 100,000 people.

More than 100,500 completed the survey and were eligible to receive the free information from the OSTC.

There were 4,872 respondents and 5.2 million total responses.

The survey was created by the Ohio Department of Commerce and Technology and the OSSU Ecommerce Lab.

The OSTP’s goal is “to improve commerce in Ohio.”

The OSTE questionnaire asked people to complete a survey on the OTC website, and then answer three questions: “Which of the following items would you use for your online business?,” “Which product do you currently sell online?,” and “What type of business do you plan to open?”

The responses were collected by an online tool called the OCSC (Online Commerce Survey Completions).

The data was then analyzed to create the survey.

The OSCC uses a “self-administered, online survey.”

The questions were designed to be as accurate as possible.

The poll was created to be a quick and easy way to learn more about commerce and get an idea of the types of businesses that are thriving in Ohio.

It is a good way to get to know Ohio’s business community.

According to the OSP website, the OTSC has an average response rate of about 86 percent.

The online survey was not designed to capture responses from only one area.

The questions included questions such as, “What is your favorite Ohio shopping center?” and “If you could have one item from any grocery store that you would buy, what would it be?”

The OTS survey asked about 50 different products from different retailers.

For example, there are items such as toilet paper, toothpaste, shampoo, and soap.

The question asked, “Which item do you purchase for your family?”

The responses were also included.

“One of the great things about the OCEC survey is that you can actually use this survey to compare products,” said Mary Ann Lefkowitz, a senior adviser for the Ohio Economic Development Corporation.

“We have an opportunity to see which items are being purchased from a variety of different companies.”

For example, Lefsowitz said, if you were to compare a supermarket to a health food store, the results could show that a health grocery would be selling items like chicken noodle soup, a bag of frozen yogurt, and even a jar of pickles.

“These are all very important products that can be found in our state,” Lefksowitz said.

“The survey will help us better understand the types and types of jobs that are available and the types that people need to look for in Ohio,” said Tim Linshaw, vice president of business development for the OSEC.

The surveys are intended to help individuals understand their options for business and how their businesses fit into Ohio’s economic development efforts.

The Ohio Department is looking for more businesses to fill out the survey, and it has started an outreach effort to recruit Ohioans who have experience with online commerce.

The state is also looking for businesses to take the survey again in the coming weeks.

The State of Ohio has been in the process of updating its Ecommerce website to make it easier for businesses and consumers to submit their survey questions online.

For more information about the survey visit: survey.asp?category=Ecommerce&state=OH&source=Ohio&linkid=102501&mode=print