1. Who is a Buyer?

Buyers are purchasing agents, analyzers, negotiators and dealmakers. They research, evaluate and buy products or services for companies to either resell to customers or use in their everyday operations. At the Trade and Investment Convention (TIC), a buyer is the umbrella term for all attendees, investors and consumers with genuine purchasing power, who come to meet with exhibitors, to see their products and services, and to network with potential business partners.

  1. What are the classifications of Buyers?

Classifications categories of buyers are: -

  • Distributors
  • Wholesalers
  • Retailers
  • Investors
  • End Users

This is based on their level in the distribution chain for setting prices or discounts.

  1. What can you gain from meeting with a Buyer?

You can gain brand credibility and exposure which helps with the increase of sales. Buyers have the opportunity to share valuable feedback with you. It’s the fastest and easiest way to collect qualified leads.

  1. What regions are the Buyer’s from?

Buyers are targeted and brought in from all over the world to participate in Business to Business meetings. We have buyers locally, regionally and internationally. In the past we had buyers from Barbados, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Germany, China, United States of America, Canada, United Kingdom just to name a few.

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