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ORGANISATION PATTERN IN MARKETING CHANNELS PRESENTED BY Jigar Makwana ( 24 ) Sanjay Miyani ( 27 ) Hiral Navik ( 28 )

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1 ORGANISATION PATTERN IN MARKETING CHANNELS PRESENTED BY Jigar Makwana ( 24 ) Sanjay Miyani ( 27 ) Hiral Navik ( 28 )

2 For most manufacturers, success or failure is determined by how effectively and efficiently their products are sold through their marketing channel members (e.g., agents, wholesalers, distributors, and retailers). Given this situation, considerable marketing channel research has focused on organizational responsibility for managing channel how interrelationships among a firm and its channel members can be managed better.

3 Chain of intermediaries, each passing the product down the chain to the next organization, before it finally reaches the consumer or end- user.... This process is known as the 'distribution chain' or the 'channel.' Each of the elements in these chains will have their own specific needs, which the producer must take into account, along with those of the all- important end-user.

4 Manufacturer Intermediateries - Retailer - Wholseler End users

5 Links producers to buyers. Performs sales, advertising and promotion. Influences the firm's pricing strategy. Affecting product strategy.

6 Information Promotion Contact Matching Negotiation Physical distribution Financing Risk taking

7 Recruiting Training Motivating Servicing Compensating Evaluating and replacing channel members.

8 Manufacturer Customers ManufacturerCustomersRetailer ManufacturerWholesalerRetailerCustomers

9 The channel decision is very important. there is a form of trade-off: the cost of using intermediaries to achieve wider distribution is supposedly lower.. Indeed, most consumer goods manufacturers could never justify the cost of selling direct to their consumers, except by mail order.. Many suppliers seem to assume that once their product has been sold into the channel, into the beginning of the distribution chain, their job is finished.

10 It is difficult enough to motivate direct employees to provide the necessary sales and service support. Motivating the owners and employees of the independent organizations in a distribution chain requires even greater effort. There are many devices for achieving such motivation. Perhaps the most usual is `incentive': the supplier offers a better margin, to tempt the owners in the channel to push the product rather than its competitors; or a compensation is offered to the distributors' sales personnel, so that they are tempted to push the product.

11 In practice, many organizations use a mix of different channels; in particular, they may complement a direct salesforce, calling on the larger accounts, with agents, covering the smaller customers and prospects. these channels show marketing strategies of an organisation.

12 Channel members may disagree on the best methods to attain goals. Inevitable when individual short run goals are not compatible. Can occur between firms at the same level, or between firms at different levels. Want to maximize profits and autonomy.

13 Important asset of marketing. End user satisfaction. Increase the brand image. Opportunity for competitive advantage Wide range of choice.

14 The management of marketing channels plays an important role for the success of most manufactures. It gives end user satisfaction. It provide verities of products. It also help in increase brand image. It makes more easy for selling of goods. It also helps in maintaining good relationship between manufacturers and end consumers.

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