Factors considered outside the control of marketers but that potentially influence marketing decision-making and include demographics, economic conditions, governmental environment, influential stakeholders, cultural and social change, innovation and competitors.
From a marketers perspective, consists of all people and/or organizations possessing the necessary qualification for making a purchase or otherwise developing a relationship with the marketer.
The internal processing of stimuli (e.g., advertisements) that shapes how a person sees themselves and the world they live in.
The collection of resellers such as retailer, wholesalers and industrial distributors, who provide services that assist the marketer in reaching their final customer.
Key component of the marketers toolkit that represents decisions on the strategies and methods needed to select customers who will be the focus of an organizations marketing efforts.
A component of the internal influences on consumer buying behavior that affects, through both conscious and subconscious processes, how a consumer perceives the world.
Key component of the marketer’s toolkit that represents decisions on the methods (e.g., advertising, personal selling, public relations) and strategies needed to communicate with a target market.
Members of a distribution channel who purchase products from the marketing company with the intention of selling to others and includes retailers, wholesalers and industrial distributors.
A sub-category of the sales support sales classification that consists of those who offer expertise to assist other salespeople in the selling process.
A sub-category of the order getter sales classification in which salespeople are responsible for all aspects of building customer relationships from initial sale through to follow-up account servicing.