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I'm wondering which slogan for a business is more correct:

"Solution for business" or "Solution for businesses"?

For example, in a company that created an innovative security product:

"Security solution for business" or "Security solution for businesses"?

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Referring to my English-Business-Exam in 2015, there is no use of "businesses". You might say, "companies" or "solutions for your business".

Businesses, definitely no. Maybe in former times.

  • I've seen you added the word "your" and used the plural "solutions". Would it be still correct like I wrote above: "Security solution for business"? – user1883212 Nov 24 '17 at 21:41
  • Are you offering different products or services ? Then, "solutions" would imply that to your customer. If you are offering a speacial product, I would offer this as: "Product A" - The solution for your business. – FrankMK Nov 25 '17 at 8:51
  • "Security solutions for your business" can be fine, but Is it for example: helmets, alarmsystems, server-security, plant-security, ect.... ? – FrankMK Nov 25 '17 at 9:04

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