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Unit 3 Product and Service Management for the School Based Enterprise. Small Business Operations. Business-to-Business Marketing. Business-to-business marketing is the exchange of products and services between businesses. Marketing, 3e, page 330

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business to business marketing
Business-to-Business Marketing
  • Business-to-business marketing is the exchange of products and services between businesses. Marketing, 3e, page 330
  • Businesses may purchase products for direct resale to customers. Example: clothing, shoes
  • Businesses may also purchase raw materials that are then processed by the business into finished products for sale to customers. Example: coffee beans, steamed milk, chocolate syrup

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purchasing
Purchasing

Purchasingincludes determining the products and services needed, identifying the best sources to obtain them, and completing the activities necessary to obtain them.Marketing, 3e, page 331

Small business owners will frequently travel to a central market - a location where people bring products to be sold or exchanged. Marketing, 3e, page 13

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categories of business purchases
Categories of Business Purchases
  • Capitol Goods – The building and major equipment.
  • Operating Equipment – Equipment used in the daily operation of the small business.
  • Supplies – Consumable materials used in the operation of the small business.
  • Raw Materials – Unprocessed materials that are incorporated into products.
  • Services – Tasks performed for the business to support production, sale, or maintenance of the small businesses products or services.

Marketing, 3e, page 331

bartering
Bartering

Bartering occurs when small business owners decide to exchange products or services, rather than purchasing with cash. Marketing, 3e, page 12

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acquiring product knowledge
Acquiring Product Knowledge
  • A product is anything tangible offered to a market by a business to satisfy customer needs.Marketing, 3e, page 276
  • A serviceis an activity that is intangible and consumed at the time of production.Marketing, 3e, page 308

Customers of a specialty coffee shop purchase a tangible product, such as the latte picture above, but they also purchase the service associated with the creation and presentation of the product.

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products deca s house of grounds
Products: DECA’s House of Grounds

Most beverages are offered in two sizes, Small 12 oz and Regular 16 oz

  • Brewed Coffee - Ethiopian, or Costa Rican (decaf if demand exists)
  • Café Latte - Espresso with steamed milk
  • Cappuccino - Espresso with steamed milk, capped with milk foam
  • Café Mocha - A chocolate Café Latte
  • Café Au Lait- Brewed coffee with steamed milk, equal parts
  • Flavored Café Latte - Café Latte with a shot of flavored syrup – vanilla, sugar free vanilla, caramel, hazelnut, raspberry, etc.
  • Hot Chocolate - Chocolate syrup and steamed milk
  • Steamers - Choice of syrup and steamed milk
  • Bottled Water
  • Frozen Milk Chocolate Mocha – One scoop powder mix, ice, and water blended together - 12 oz. size only
  • Italian Soda – Flavored syrup mixed with club soda - 12 oz. size only
  • Frozen Italian Soda – Flavored syrup, ice, and regular water blended together - 12 oz. size only

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Inventory Management

  • The term inventory refers to the assortment of products maintained by a business. Marketing, 3e, page 349
  • Just-in-time (JIT) inventory management means that the inventory level is kept low and resupplied just as it is needed. Marketing, 3e, page 348
    • This reduces the amount of money the business will need to invest in its inventory.
    • The amount of storage space, or holding space, is reduced also saving the business money.
    • JIT helps ensures that fresh products will be available for purchase by customers.

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Inventory Management

  • A vendor is a business that offers products for sale to other businesses. Marketing, 3e, pages 343
  • The invoice is an itemized billing statement with the terms of payment for the order.Marketing, 3e, page 350

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vendor list deca s house of grounds
Vendor List: DECA’s House of Grounds

POS Core Technologies, Inc.

9624 153rd Avenue NE

Redmond, WA 98052

Quill Corporation

P.O. Box 94080Palatine, IL 60094-4080

Specialty Beverages of Arkansas

Kim and Ellen Schreyer

2715 Bowman Lane

Conway, AR 72034

Wal-Mart Supercenter

1417 Highway 62 65 NorthHarrison, AR 72601

Clark Office Products

116 North Walnut Street

Harrison, AR 72601

Espresso Supply

1123 NW 51st Street

Seattle, Washington, 98107

Food Service Equipment Brokers

1000 Pat Nash Drive, B-1, Building 6

Branson, MO 65616

Pippin Wholesale Company

512 Highway 62-65

Harrison, AR 72601

determining the retail price
Determining the Retail Price
  • Thesellingprice is the amount of money a customer must pay for a product or service. Marketing, 3e, page 401
  • A markup is an amount added to the cost of a product to determine its selling price.Marketing, 3e, page 411
    • If a 2 GB flash drive costs the business $9 and it is marked up by $1, this is a 10% markup as a percentage of the selling price of $10. (This is a very small gross margin.)
    • A markdown is a reduction from the original selling price.Marketing, 3e, page 412
    • Gross margin or gross profit is the difference between the cost of the product and the selling price.Marketing, 3e, page 410
    • Net profit is the difference between the selling price and ALL costs and operating expenses associated with producing the product. Marketing, 3e, page 411

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receiving procedures
Receiving Procedures
  • The vendor fills orders and sends it to the buyer with a packing list, an itemized listing of all of the products included in the shipment. Marketing, 3e, page 350
    • When the merchandise is received by the buyer, it should be unpacked and compared to the invoice or the packing slip.
    • The merchandise should be inspected for damage and spoilage.

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services
Services

A service is an activity that is intangible, exchanged directly from the producer to consumer, and consumed at the time of production.

Marketing, 3e, page 308

The services offered by a physician (diagnosis and advice) is usually provided at the time of examination.

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the characteristics of services
The characteristics of Services
  • Intangible means that the service cannot be touched, seen, tasted, heard, or felt.
  • Inseparable means that the service is produced and consumed at the same time.
  • Perishable means that services unused in one time period cannot be stored for use in the future.
  • Heterogeneous means there are differences between services.

Marketing, 3e, pages 309-312

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services inseparable
Services: Inseparable

Most customers associate their real estate agent with the service they provide.

Most customers view the quality of the hair cut or style they receive directly with the stylist who provided that service.

service heterogeneous
Service: Heterogeneous

The quality of a service can vary from business to business. Have you ever had a bad haircut?

marketing information system
Marketing Information System
  • A marketing information system is an organized method of collecting, storing, analyzing, and retrieving information to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of marketing decisions.Marketing, 3e, page 131

The point of sale system (POS) is an effective tool for gathering sales and product information for use in decision making.

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marketing research
Marketing Research
  • Marketing research is a procedure designed to identify solutions to a specific marketing problem through the use of scientific problem solving. Consider the following steps:
    • Define the problem
    • Analyze the situation
    • Develop a data collection procedure
    • Gather and study information
    • Propose a solution

Marketing, 3e, pages 136-137

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marketing research collecting data
Marketing Research: Collecting Data
  • After carefully and clearly defining the problem and analyzing the situation, the marketing research project should collect data relevant to the study.
    • Secondary data is information that has already been collected for another purpose that can be used to solve the current problem.
    • Primary data is information collected for the first time to solve the problem being studied.

Marketing, 3e, pages 137-138

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marketing research primary data
Marketing Research: Primary Data
  • A survey is a planned set of questions to which individuals or groups of people respond.
    • Closed ended questions offer two or more choices.
    • Open ended questions allow respondents to develop their own answers.
    • A focus group is a small number of people brought together to discuss identified elements of an issue or problem.
  • The observation method collects information by recording the actions of customers without interacting with or communicating with them.
  • A test market is a geographic area in which a new product or service is tested in order to gather information about customer reaction to the tested product or service.

Marketing, 3e, pages 144-148

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focus group
Focus Group

A focus group can provide valuable information to a business.

test marketing
Test Marketing

KFC recently test marketed their new Double Down Sandwich. Instead of bread, you get two pieces of fried chicken, which hold the real contents of the sandwich: two types of cheese, bacon, and a new special Colonel’s sauce.

The sandwich was first tested in Providence, Rhode Island and Omaha, Nebraska before it was introduced to the rest of the country.

conduct a research project
Conduct a Research Project
  • Conduct a research project to determine the feasibility of adding a new product to the current product offerings of the SBE.
  • Collect secondary and primary data.
  • Conduct a focus group
  • Conduct a survey with open ended and closed ended questions.
  • Consider conducting a test market of the proposed new product.
  • Observe customer behavior.

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end of unit 3
End of Unit 3
  • Visit the website www.HarrisonDECA.org and click the Quizlet.com icon and study the flashcards for this unit.
  • Or you may click the Quizlet link below.