Business and B2B markets vary in some respects. The existence of these differences is not just about the merchandise itself, but about how these items are distributed, and the relationships that exist. In our experience, we found that business to business market is characterized as follows:
The complexity of the buying decision
Purchasing decisions are often complex (as a lot of purchases are often very high), and there are often many people involved – for example, research and staff, personal shopping development, accountants, suppliers, external consultants. Rarely a decision made by an individual is taken.
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The request came from.
All requests in the B2B market comes off in demand in the consumer market. It will then be sold to cement companies, which then sell their products to the construction company or individual.
Less, or the ability to switch suppliers
When it operates in the B2B market, when the supply of products, which can be easily replaced or disrupted switching providers. There may be many reasons for this.
The company can operate in a market where there are few alternatives available. Even if there are alternatives available, a simple change can have implications for time and cost for manufacturing goods
A smaller customer base
B2B markets are often characterized by fewer customers. Often, a company may have hundreds, not thousands (or millions) of customers.