Trade Marketing Master Class training centre in Bangladesh

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Trade Marketing Master Class

Introduction

Trade marketing is a discipline of marketing that relates to increasing the demand at wholesaler, retailer, or distributor level rather than at the consumer level. However, there is a need to continue with Brand Management strategies to sustain the need at the consumer end. A shopper, who may be the consumer him/herself, is the one who identifies and purchases a product from a retailer. To ensure that a retailer promotes a company's product against competitors', that company must market its product to the retailers, as well. Trade marketing might also include offering various tangible/intangible benefits to retailers. The alignment of sales and marketing discipline to profitability can be another explanation for trade marketing.

At the end of this training program, participants will be able to:

Understand Trade Marketing Department's role in adding value within the organization
Understand Trade Marketing Department & POP Vision development
Have a greater appreciation and understanding of how you can more effective market your products and services within the various trade channels
Be Better execute sales activities to maximize return on investment
Be Clear define consumer and customer needs
Develop powerful communication tools to support trade initiatives
Achieve higher level of customer support for your sales initiatives

Methodology

Interactive

Contents of Training:

1. Evolution of Trading and Consumer Environment
a. Understanding Needs and Wants and its implication in Business
b. Changing retail environment and emerging of Consumerism
c. Role of managers in changing environment
d. Changing consumer environment
e. Changing retail environment

2. Buying motives and Process
a. Why people buy. What drives people in buying decision
b. Buying Process. Attention, Interest, Desire, Conviction, Decision

3. Distribution Strategy
a. Push and Pull Strategy
b. Key challenges for managers in Push and Pull Strategy
c. Direct Distribution and Indirect Distribution
d. Defining markets and distribution planning
e. Key features of Urban and Semi Urban Markets and features of Rural Markets
f. Rural Market Penetration (RMP) Model for market prioritization

4. Trade Marketing Architecture
a. ATL and BTL
b. Shotgun Approach Vs Sniper Approach
c. The strategic challenge in 21st century
d. Key components of trade marketing, Scope of Trade Marketing
e. The relationship between ‘’Distribution’’ & ‘’Trade Marketing’’
f. Point-of-Sales (POS) Activation Strategy
g. 5 Pillars of POS Activation

5. Customer Engagement (CE)
a. Definition
b. The need for customer engagement
c. Customer engagement as a social phenomenon
d. Customer engagement as consumer behavior
e. Customer engagement as a metric

6. Display and Space Management
a. Five Pillars of POS Activation
b. Product Display
c. Space Management
d. What is Planogram?
e. Benefits of Space Management
f. Manager’s Role in Space Management

7. Cycle Instructions
a. Components of Cycle/Campaign Instruction
b. Responsibilities of manager and different stake holders
c. Cycle Activities – Role of a manager
d. Standard check list for briefing
e. Field Force briefing
f. Target Setting
g. Managing Promotions
h. Critical Success Factors in Managing Promotions

8. POSM Execution
a. Placement of POS Materials
b. What are the roles of POSM?
c. Types of POSM
d. Merchandising Definition & Types
e. Communication Opportunities inside the outlet
f. Key Considerations for Placing Merchandising Materials
g. VISA Model
h. In-Store Communication: Factors to be considered
i. Creative POS Material: An example of VISA
j. i Zone (Impact Zone
) k. Trade Loyalty

9. Analytics for a business manager
a. Must Have SKU
b. Population per outlet (PPO)
c. Net new outlet
d. Disposable Income
e. Per Capita Income
f. PPC per capita consumption
g. SEC A B C
h. Rural/Urban Definition
i. RGA/SGA (Revenue Generating Assets/Sales Generating Assets)

10. Tipping Point Leadership and the hidden influencer

11. Diffusion of Innovation Theory and the early adopter

12. Handling Launch – Relaunch and NPD Management

13. How to do a brief
a. What is a brief
b. Why a brief is needed
c. What happens if there is no brief

14. Role of a TSO/TSM
a. Role profile of TSO/TSM
b. TSM’s Daily tasks
c. Ideal Kick of Meeting
d. Developing PJP/ Route/ Beat Plan

15. FMCG Sales Terminologies
a. EC/ECO
b. PC
c. LPC, LPD, LPM, TLS
d. Call Productivity/Strike Rate
e. Value Productivity
f. HE/ND
g. WD
h. Market Share
16. Doing Efficient Meetings a. Why do we do meetings b. The key rules for efficiency c. Meeting minutes d. How to prepare the agenda e. The roles for efficient meeting

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This workshop has been designed for professionals and business owners who know that one little learning tool can dramatically improve their prospects.

This course is also designed for people who sell, negotiate, promote with or manage customers operating in the various retail trade channels of your markets