How To Confidently Navigate and Thrive in the New Era of B2B eCommerce
The future of B2B buying is already here. As eCommerce continues to accelerate, it’s created a fundamental shift in buyer behavior, with B2B consumers purchasing items online in record numbers. In this new landscape, B2B online marketplaces are poised to capture a majority of this new growth – projected to double their share of all B2B eCommerce sales by 2025.
With an online marketplace, businesses gain not just an answer to rising buyer expectations, but also relief from increased margin pressures, a remedy for ongoing supply chain disruptions, and a solution for defeating digital-native disruptors.
Created with Deloitte Digital, The Blueprint for Building & Growing a Best-in-Class B2B Marketplace eBook serves as a guide for making the most of this fast-accelerating opportunity by building, launching, and growing a B2B enterprise marketplace at scale.
Download the eBook to discover key marketplace insights including:
- The five most important components to consider when creating an B2B marketplace solution
- How to assemble and scale a marketplace team that can turn your vision into sustained growth.
- An easy-to-use core metrics checklist to effectively set and track marketplace KPIs
- Real-life examples from B2B Platform Pioneers
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