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Selecting and Managing Marketing Channels. What are the reasons to establish a Marketing Channel. What are the types and causes of Channel Conflict and how it can be resolved.

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  1. Selecting andManaging Marketing Channels<br />AnasIftikhar<br />2815<br />Strategic Marketing Management<br />
  2. 1. What is meant by a marketing channel?<br />A: A marketing channel consists of individuals and firms involved in the process of making a product or service available for use or consumption by consumers or industrial users.<br />
  3. CHANNEL STRUCTURE AND ORGANIZATION<br /><ul><li>Marketing Channels for Consumer Goods and Services
  4. Direct Channel
  5. Indirect Channels</li></li></ul><li>FIGURE: Common marketing channels for consumer goods and services<br />
  6. CHANNEL STRUCTURE AND ORGANIZATION<br /><ul><li>Marketing Channels for Business Goods and Services
  7. Industrial Distributor
  8. Agent</li></li></ul><li>FIGURE 13-4 Common marketing channels for business goods and services<br />
  9. CHANNEL CHOICE AND MANAGEMENT<br /><ul><li>Factors in Choosing a Marketing Channel
  10. Provide the Best Target Market Coverage
  11. Best Satisfy the Target Market’sBuying Requirements
  12. Be the Most Profitable</li></li></ul><li>CHANNEL CHOICE AND MANAGEMENT<br /><ul><li>Factors in Choosing a Marketing Channel
  13. Target Market Coverage
  14. Intensive Distribution
  15. Exclusive Distribution
  16. Selective Distribution</li></li></ul><li>15 | 9<br />Intensity of Market Coverage<br />Intensive Distribution<br />Using all available outlets to distribute a product.<br />Convenience products with high replacement rates<br />Provides availability and reduces search time<br />Availability is more important than outlet type<br />
  17. 15 | 10<br />Intensity of Market Coverage (cont’d)<br />Selective Distribution<br />Using only some available outlets to distribute a product<br />Shopping products and durable goods with low replacement rates<br />High qualification requirements for intermediaries to distribute, sell, service, and support products<br />Toyota’s Only Authorized Dealer<br />
  18. 15 | 11<br />Intensity of Market Coverage (cont’d)<br />Exclusive Distribution<br />Using a single outlet in a fairly large geographic area to distribute a product<br />Expensive, high-quality products purchased infrequently<br />Exclusive outlets provide an incentive to sellers in limited markets<br />Dealers carry complete inventory and have trained staff for sales and service<br />
  19. CHANNEL CHOICE AND MANAGEMENT<br /><ul><li>Factors in Choosing a Marketing Channel
  20. Satisfying Buyer Requirements
  21. Lot Size
  22. Variety
  23. Convenience
  24. Services Backup
  25. Waiting time
  26. Reduction in number of contacts</li></li></ul><li>How a Distributor Reduces theNumber of Channel Transactions<br />1<br />2<br />3<br />4<br />A. Number of contacts <br />without a distributor<br />M x C = 3 X 3 = 9<br />5<br />6<br />7<br />8<br />9<br />= Manufacturer<br />= Customer<br />
  27. How a Distributor Reduces theNumber of Channel Transactions<br />1<br />B. Number of contacts <br />with a distributor<br />M x C = 3 + 3 = 6<br />4<br />Store<br />2<br />5<br />6<br />3<br />= Distributor<br />= Manufacturer<br />= Customer<br />
  28. Wholesaler<br />Retailer<br />Consumer<br />Consumer<br />Conventional Distribution Channel vs. Vertical Marketing Systems<br />Vertical<br />marketing<br />channel<br />Conventional<br />marketing<br />channel<br />Manufacturer<br />Manufacturer<br />Wholesaler<br />Retailer<br />
  29. Channel Conflict <br />What types of conflict arise in channels?<br />What causes channel conflict?<br />What can be done to resolve conflict situations?<br />
  30. What is Channel Conflict?<br />In channel distribution, conflict is not negative, rather, some conflict actually strengthen and improves a channel.<br />“Channel conflict arises when the behavior of a channel member is in opposition, to its channel counterpart. It is opponent centered and direct, in which the goal or object sought is controlled by the counterpart.”<br />Coughlan, Anderson, <br />
  31. Types of Channel Conflict<br />Vertical Channel Conflict - conflict between different levels within the same channel. <br /> Horizontal channel conflict - involves conflict between members at the same level within the channel. <br />Multichannel conflict - exists when the manufacturer has established two or more channels that sell to the same market.<br />
  32. Horizontal and Vertical Conflict in Marketing Channels<br />
  33. Causes of Channel Conflict<br />Goal Incompatibility<br />Unclear Roles And Rights<br />Differences In Perception<br />Intermediaries’ Great Dependence<br />
  34. Managing Channel Conflict<br />Adoption of superordinate goals<br />Exchange persons between channel levels<br />Cooptation<br />Diplomacy, mediation, arbitration for chronic or acute conflict<br />

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