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Marketing Channels

Marketing Channels. Chapter 1 Marketing Channels Structure and Functions. Marketing Channels Definition. Marketing Channels are the routes or ways to market product and services that consumers and business buyers purchase. Marketing channels can also be set of

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Marketing Channels

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  1. Marketing Channels Chapter 1 Marketing Channels Structure and Functions

  2. Marketing Channels Definition Marketing Channels are the routes or ways to market product and services that consumers and business buyers purchase. Marketing channels can also be set of interdependent organizations involved in the process of making a product or service available for the use of consumption.

  3. Why do marketing channels exists and change • Demand-Side factors • Uncertainty of customer • Uncertainty of producer • Adjustment of Assortment Discrepancy • Sorting • Accumulation • Allocation • Assorting

  4. Why do marketing channels exists and change • Supply-Side Factors • Routinization Of Transaction • CRP (Continues Replenish System) • Reduction in number of Contacts • Cost effectiveness • Easy Handling • Value Addition

  5. Reduction in Contacts

  6. What is the Work of Marketing Channels • Flow of Marketing Channels • Producers • Distributors • Whole Seller • Retailer • Consumer

  7. Marketing Channels Flow

  8. A Framework For Channel Analysis • Channels Segmentation • Structure Decisions • Splitting the Work Load • Degree of Commitment • Gap Analysis • Identifying Power Sources • Channels Conflict • Goal of Channel coordination • Insights for Specific Institutions

  9. Service Output Demand Differences

  10. Framework of Channel Design and Implementation • Channel Design Process • Segmentation • Recognize • Respond • Target customer • Service Output demand • Decision about efficient Channel Response

  11. Framework of Channel Design and Implementation • Channel Design Process • Channel Structure • What kind of intermediaries are in my channel ? • Who are they ? • How many of them ? • Splitting the work load • Define responsibilities • Area of specialization

  12. Framework of Channel Design and Implementation • Channel Design Process • Degree of Commitment • Distribution Alliance • Vertical Integration/Ownership • Gap Analysis • What do I have to change ?

  13. Framework of Channel Design and Implementation • Channel Implementation Process • Channel Power • Identify Sources • Channel Conflict • Identify actual and potential source • Manage/Defuse Conflict • Use Power Source • Goal • Channel Coordination

  14. Framework of Channel Design and Implementation Channel Design Channel Implementation Insights for Specific Channel Institutions Retailing, Wholesaling and logistics, Franchising

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