Today, ForeSee released its annual Business-to-Business (B2B) Benchmark that reports on customer satisfaction trends and allows B2B companies…
A new study by Acquity Group has revealed that Gen Y B2B buyers are more likely to shop online than their older counterparts. The study also found that 40% of buyers purchase frequently from Amazon Supply.
Acquity Group’s 2013 State of B2B Procurement Study discovers 40% of corporate buyers spend at least half of their procurement budget online, but many suppliers lack the online capabilities they demand.
The business-to-business community seems to struggle a bit when it comes to captivating their audience through social media compared to the business-to-consumer community. Here are 5 tips on jump starting your social media strategy.
OfficeMax has announced a new search engine, with content and navigation improvements on its new B2B site, OfficeMaxWorkplace.com, to deliver a faster and more streamlined online shopping experience.
A new report has found that when it comes to social media, the business-to-business community is still trying to find its footing. According to this infographic created by B2B Marketing, only 38% of B2B companies have a defined social media strategy.
United Stationers Reports First Quarter 2013 Results (via PR Newswire) DEERFIELD, Ill., April 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — United Stationers Inc. (NASDAQ: USTR) reported results for the first quarter 2013. First Quarter Financial Summary Net sales of $1.25 billion were flat to the prior year’s first quarter sales after adjusting for one less workday in the […]
Event marketing, and the tchotchkes that go with it, are common in B2B marketing. However, most tchotchkes are just short of trash with your logo on it. Here are four ways you can improve your tchotchkes along with examples of the mistakes others have made. Read Original Article
The launch of AmazonSupply last April was touted by some industry experts as a win for B2B brands eager to claim their share of the online marketplace.
Industry experts predict price cutting, store closings and possible re-branding will be part of a merged Office Max and Office Depot as they go after some of their biggest competitors in the office supply industry.