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Ch 3: CMMP Exam: Marketing Channel Management

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You can improve your understanding of marketing channel management by viewing the video lessons in this chapter. Each of these lessons will go over a specific topic you might be tested on in the CMMP Exam.

CMMP Exam: Marketing Channel Management - Chapter Summary

Marketing channel management is one of many topics you will need to know if you want to do well on the CMMP Exam. For this specific topic, you can use the video lessons contained in this chapter to learn about important concepts you'll need to know for the exam. Some of the points you'll find in these lessons include:

  • The definition and function of the marketing channel and channel intermediaries
  • The types of wholesale intermediaries
  • Strategies for retail distribution
  • Types, trends and examples of non-store retailing
  • The role of retailing in marketing
  • Multichannel retailing

After going through the video lessons, take the practice quizzes to test your understanding of these topics. The CMMP Exam will be easier if you use our study guides to prepare yourself for the exam's format and content.

7 Lessons in Chapter 3: CMMP Exam: Marketing Channel Management
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Marketing Channel: Definition and Function in the Marketplace

1. Marketing Channel: Definition and Function in the Marketplace

In this lesson, we'll learn about the marketing channel, which allows producers to deliver their product to consumers in the correct quantity, type and location. Without help from additional channel members, most companies would not be able to increase their target market reach and satisfy their customer needs.

Channel Intermediaries: Definition and Function in Business

2. Channel Intermediaries: Definition and Function in Business

Marketing managers must have an effective physical distribution strategy, and companies must be able to deliver their products to the consumer. Most managers utilize channel intermediaries to help with transactional, logistical and facilitating functions. Learn more about this process here.

Types of Wholesale Intermediaries

3. Types of Wholesale Intermediaries

One of the challenges facing many manufacturers of consumer products is getting products in front of consumers. In this lesson, you'll learn about types of wholesale intermediaries and the roles they play in the product distribution process.

Retail Distribution Strategies

4. Retail Distribution Strategies

Retailers, such as department stores, discount stores and boutiques, sell most consumer products. In this lesson, you'll learn about different retail distribution strategies that manufacturers employ to get their products in front of consumers.

Non-Store Retailing: Types, Trends & Examples

5. Non-Store Retailing: Types, Trends & Examples

Most individual consumers purchase products through retailers. Physical 'brick and mortar' stores are not the only type of retailing in the marketplace. In this lesson, you'll learn about retailing beyond traditional retail stores.

Retailing's Role in Marketing: Definition and Dimensions

6. Retailing's Role in Marketing: Definition and Dimensions

When you start a retail store, there are many things to consider, from the type of service you'll offer to the scale of the business. In this lesson, you will learn about retailing's role in marketing and the different forms retail stores can take.

Multichannel Retailing: Definition, Benefits & Challenges

7. Multichannel Retailing: Definition, Benefits & Challenges

This lesson will identify the benefits of multichannel retailing, such as customer loyalty and improved analytics. We will also look at challenges, such as information security and personnel time. Examples of multichannel retailing will be given.

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