DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SALES AND MARKETING STRATEGIES
How a business or organisation wants to sell its “products” and “services” and how it identifies its “target market, will depend on:
- How well it plans for results; and
- If it adopts a strategic approach to its sales and marketing strategies.
Difference between Sales and Marketing Strategies
Interestingly, sales and marketing strategies are not identical. For example:
Your business or organisation can use sales strategies to help:
- Sell its products or services
- Increase its revenues and reduce its costs
- Increase its client/customer satisfaction
- Identify how to close sales
Your business or organisation can use marketing strategies to help:
- Identify its target markets
- Create strategies for reaching its customers/clients
- Get its name out in the marketplace and tempting new customers/clients or even rekindling their interest.
Our team of expert consultants will work with you to ensure your sales and marketing strategies are:
- Working towards supporting your “mission statement” and realising your stated goals and objectives; and
- Based on meeting the needs of your existing and future customers/clients.