Comments on: GroupPrice targets small business with daily deals Grow your own Thu, 26 Mar 2015 12:32:24 +0000 hourly 1 By: DavidWeasley Mon, 30 May 2011 06:13:27 +0000 There are so many sites for b2b group buying and many of them following the footsteps of Groupon. I would like to add that is another such site that provides exclusive group deals for small businesses in UK. The world of marketing is ever evolving and this venture is another stepping stone especially for SMEs that could not avail such deals that were earlier available only for large enterprises.

By: ahess1 Mon, 25 Apr 2011 13:38:37 +0000 Good read on B2B deal sites modeled on the group buying experience and success of Groupon et. al.

Since half of most small business budgets are spent on repeat purchases it only makes sense that “Groupon for business” type sites are going to be a fast growing category. The creation of this new marketing channel for small businesses looking to acquire new customers as well as save money is a real win-win.

The trick will be to see who can offer the best experience on both sides; purchasing, and deal offering, and gain momentum and brand awareness.

To that end, let me throw my hat into the ring: Where Business Saves. We’re in beta, have a lot of momentum and are growing fast.

Good luck to all of us.

Alec Hess, Co-Founder,

By: JKuehl Fri, 15 Apr 2011 16:47:13 +0000 This is a growing sector in the “deal” business. I also like BizyDeal as it was created by B2B experts which adds a distinct relevance with a great chance of success.

By: stuartmcmullin Wed, 13 Apr 2011 22:21:57 +0000 Sharon,

Great post on a niche market within the “Groupon” or “Livingsocial” concept. Clearly there is a market for B2C companies to attract new business in hopes the end result will be a lifetime customer. Why can’t it work in a B2B setting as well? Time will tell whether this business is sustainable, but I believe it is.

GroupPrice is not alone in the market., another Chicago-based startup, is getting some traction and is selling out of its initial offerings.

Great stuff in an ever evolving marketing world!

Kind Regards,
Stuart McMullin

By: ArsenalFan Wed, 13 Apr 2011 20:04:38 +0000 This sounds a lot like another website I’ve been to called BizyDeal. What I like about BizyDeal is that it offers a wide variety of deals from cars to reducing processing fees on credit cards (today’s offer). I think it’s great that companies are finally applying some of the consumer oriented website models to the B2B audience. The purchasing power of this audience is a huge opportunity.