channel intermediaries

channel intermediaries

businesses (WHOLESALERS, RETAILERS) which facilitate the distribution of products to customers. See DISTRIBUTION CHANNEL.
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Warehouse clubs are significant channel intermediaries, undercutting distributors' pricing on many products, but still selling primarily to smaller customers.
Impact of Organisation Structure on Types of Distribution Channel Intermediaries: As per the responses obtained from the survey, the impact of organisation structure on the following types of distribution channel intermediaries applicable in case of the three organisations are discussed in Table 5.
The margin pressure has intensified in the wake of the economic slowdown as channel intermediaries have taken active measures to prune inventories by 50-75 per cent, says V.
Individuals who desire to invest less of their own time to the purchase process would tend to delegate these tasks to be performed by channel intermediaries such as brokers or bankers.
This case challenges conventional ideas about the value added by channel intermediaries and the role of pricing strategy in value creation.
One needs to consider that many exporters are highly dependent on their export channel intermediaries (Albaum et al.
To gain competitive advantage in the Indian market by keeping their channel intermediaries motivated and performing, suppliers must use appropriate influence strategies.
Prior to the Internet, Mutual Fund depended heavily on its independent channel intermediaries to sell its forty-plus managed funds to individual investors.
Proposition 1: Suppliers and channel intermediaries need to collaborate effectively to provide customer value in the red zone.
For instance, how does a longstanding manufacturer balance the opportunities for consumers to order online (direct distribution)with the desire to maintain harmonious relations with long-time channel intermediaries (indirect distribution) such as wholesalers and retailers?
The description may only be a listing of various channel intermediaries or it may involve a diagram which represents the flow of goods from one producer through a number of possible outlets to a greater number of consumers.

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