Understanding Business Markets and Consumer Buyer Behavior

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This academic report delves into the intricacies of business markets and consumer buyer behaviors, highlighting the distinctions in purchasing habits between corporations and individuals. It discusses how businesses market products and services to specific consumer groups, emphasizing the different motives behind consumer and business purchases.

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  1. Libyan international medical University Faculty of business administration Business Market and The Difference Between Business and Consumers Buyers Behavior BY: MAHMOUD AHDASH ID:3253

  2. TABLE OF CONTENTS 01: Introduction 02 Business Market 03The Difference Between Business and Consumers Buyers Behaviours 04:Conclusion 05:References

  3. INTRODUCTION Clothing businesses that promote new fashions and outfits that clients may buy right away in their stores.

  4. BUSINESS MARKET Individual or organizational marketing is referred to as business marketing. It enables them to resell products or services to other businesses or organizations.

  5. THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN BUSINESS AND CONSUMERS BUYERS BEHAVIOURS Consumers and corporations have vastly different purchasing habits. This is because, whereas consumers buy goods and services for personal consumption, businesses buy them to use in the production of other commodities or to resell to other firms or consumers. Both groups have diverse participants, characteristics, purchasing processes. impacts, and

  6. CONCLUSION A business market is a method a company uses to sell products or services to a specific group of consumers. businesses buy these things either to manufacture other goods or to resell them to other businesses or consumers.

  7. REFERENCES Finnegan, Ruth (1974). "How Oral Is Oral Literature?". Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies. 37 (1): 52 64. doi:10.1017/s0041977x00094842. JSTOR 614104. S2CID 190730645. John Miles Foley. "What's in a Sign" (1999). E. Anne MacKay (ed.). Signs of Orality. BRILL Academic. pp. 1 2. ISBN 978- 9004112735. ^