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Electronics Distributors Need a Marketplace Strategy to Defeat Amazon

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clevermosaics
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clevermosaics   10/9/2018 1:29:27 PM
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You are right

RituGupta
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Re: Easier said than done
RituGupta   10/5/2018 10:58:52 PM
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Just because Amazon is able to ship all these electronics and components to people, I don't think that it necessarily means that they are the most cost-efficient option. At least not for people who know where and how to acquire the parts they need. At the end of the day, Amazon has convenience, but other companies will have price point for being the actual supplier for such goods in the internet market.

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Easier said than done
MrPhen375   5/17/2017 6:01:21 AM
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Want to defeat Amazon? Well, I think it's easier said than done. 

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temp55   5/15/2017 12:02:48 PM
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Really amazing author, young and full with knowledge!

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frank35   5/14/2017 11:07:00 AM
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Another great post, I appreciate all the work



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