bargaining power of customers

  

Definition

Advantage that results where (1) the buyers are concentrated or organized, (2) their purchases represent a large part of the supplier's revenue, (3) their purchases represent a large part of their own costs, or (4) there are too many suppliers chasing too few buyers. Buyers in such position can (and do) put relentless pressure on the suppliers by demanding higher quality at lower prices.

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