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Direct competitors are companies that offer the same product or service. Conversely, indirect competitors are companies whose products or services while different could potentially satisfy the same customer needs. McDonald’s and Burger King are one example of direct competitors with their respective Big Mac and Whopper hamburgers.How do direct and indirect competitors differ in their strategies?
Companies in direct competition with each other often follow similar marketing strategies and pursue similar sales goals, although some may choose another marketing focus to differentiate themselves. Indirect competitors are those that offer different products or services but may also satisfy the same target customer need.How do you differentiate your business from direct competitors?
Direct competitors are companies that offer the same product or service and that might have the same business and financial profile. Indirect competitors, on the other hand, are companies whose products or services while different could potentially satisfy the same customer needs.How do you identify direct competitors?
For identifying your direct competitors, you can take a look at the market. Who are the other companies that are making similar products like yours? Reach your sales team and have some words with them about the competitors who often come up in their sales process.