What difference between personal and commercial license?

What difference between personal and commercial license?
October 10, 2022 elimelart

Personal license is for personal use only:

One personal or individual social media account (not on a company or business social media page).

The licensee may create physical end products, not for resale or wholesale such as, but not limited to, clothing, cards, invitations, stickers, mugs, stamps, candles, posters, signs, home decor, etc. for non-commercial use only.

The licensee may create digital end products for non-commercial use such as static designs, and static website elements for non-commercial use only.

The licensee may use the Licensed Asset in digital or print publications such as cards, invitations, photo albums, scrapbooks, e-books, or e-publications, for non-commercial use only.

Commercial use is any use: (i) that involves an exchange of money or other consideration, (ii) that promotes a business (e.g., sole proprietorship, corporation, or partnership), product, or service, or (iii) where financial gain or other consideration is either sought or a result, directly or indirectly, of Licensee’s use of the Licensed Asset.

Individual or Legal Entity (Company), as indicated at the time of purchase. The number of permitted users (or seats) is the number of users (or seats) declared and paid for at the time of sale.

Physical and Digital End Products: 5,000 Combined total Physical End Products and Digital End Products. Use in websites, applications, or video games is prohibited. Any use of a Licensed Asset for Commercial use must: (i) be significantly different than the original Licensed Asset, (ii) require time, effort, and skill to produce, and (iii) not derive its primary value from the Licensed Asset itself. Any resale/sublicense of the Licensed Asset in source file form or otherwise competitive with the Licensed Asset is prohibited.

Advertisements and Promotion: Unlimited Physical (Printed) Advertisements Within a Local Market. Use with one business social media account is permitted.

Company Social Media for Commercial Use: If applicable (e.g., to a business), one (1) Licensee owned and managed company social media account is allowed for Commercial use. A separate license is required for each social media business account or page.

Internet advertisements such as advertisements served by Google Ads, Bings Ads, Facebook Ads, Linkedin, etc. for Commercial use.

Physical (Printed) Advertisements for Commercial Use in a Local Market: Such as billboards, signage, printed advertisement, etc. for Commercial use in Local Markets. “Local Market” means that all display or distribution of these permitted advertisements must be within a 320km (200-mile) radius within the borders of a single nation/country.