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Why would Dual Distribution strategy be good for you?
You have a sales team that sells directly to Fortune 100 companies. You have a second product line for small businesses. [ Instead of using your sales team, you sell this line directly to end-users through your website and marketing campaigns. You have two markets and two distribution channels ]
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User: Why would Dual Distribution strategy be good for you?





Weegy: You have a sales team that sells directly to Fortune 100 companies. You have a second product line for small businesses. [ Instead of using your sales team, you sell this line directly to end-users through your website and marketing campaigns. You have two markets and two distribution channels ]
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User: Why would Dual Distribution strategy be good for you?

Weegy: You would probably consult a map to chart the best way to reach it. ..... You may have chosen a dual-distribution strategy in which you will sell
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User: Please explain more in your words do I can understand better

Weegy: These tips will help you avoid misunderstandings and improve your relationships. ... Effective communication helps us better understand a person or situation, enables ... However, you do need to set aside your judgment and withhold blame and ... [ person tells them more about how you're feeling than words alone ever can. ]
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User: Why do you think Dual Distribution strategy is good for you?

Weegy: There are many examples of marketing plans onlinebut here is a good place to start if you have never written one before:
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