When do you feel Selling a Win - Win game ?

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Re: When do you feel Selling a Win - Win game ?

#1 Postby akshaybhasin » Thu Apr 02, 2015 4:31 pm

A sale is a win-win game when both, the clients and the organisation get what they want. Organisation can use all of their resources at optimal level and make profits; clients can get their value for money. In this way an organisation builds a good customer relationship which results in customer loyalty. If people get what they want they are going to come back to you.

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Re: When do you feel Selling a Win - Win game ?

#2 Postby sampritiimtn » Thu Apr 02, 2015 4:03 pm

Being able to sell a product is the confluence of two things: one, the product being sold meets the needs of the customer and two, the price he pays for the product is agreeable. Selling is an art. sometimes, the product is too good to ignore, it sells itself, whereas at others, in spite of the product of being great, the world needs someone to tell them how great it is and what is it one is missing if he is not buying it. That makes the job of a marketer sound so fascinating, isn't it?
Well, being a successful marketer is not a cakewalk.
However, they say selling is a win-win game. Well, i'd say despite the challenges, they are not entirely wrong. When you succeed in selling a product, you win the trust of your customer. You have succeeded in gaining a share of his mind , hence he has yielded to your proposal. And your customer wins the service of your product.
However, when you are unable to sell, you win again. Surprised? well, don't be, being unable to sell gives you an opportunity to improve your offering, the product maybe or the selling skills. So, you do not lose. You never do, Did I just not give you one more reason to smile?

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Re: When do you feel Selling a Win - Win game ?

#3 Postby jayprakashimtn » Wed Apr 01, 2015 5:37 pm

“I could sell a comb to a bald man,” this saying is often quoted by salesmen to boast of their superior convincing power. However there are consequences to selling a comb to a bald man, for one, he will soon realize that he’s been duped, and will never buy anything else from the salesman. Gone are the days of 'Caveat emptor', it is the seller who needs to tread carefully today.

Selling is a Win-Win game when the customer finds what he’s looking for, and the seller finds the customer who is in need of his product. After finding each other they both agree to a competitive price at which the consumer derives most value from the product in relation to the price he’s paying for it, and the value at which the seller also earns a satisfactory margin, which is slightly higher than the industry average for that category of product.

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Re: When do you feel Selling a Win - Win game ?

#4 Postby sampritiimtn » Wed Apr 01, 2015 1:25 pm

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Selling is a win-win game because, when you sell a product to your customer, you win his faith, his trust in your brand and his expectations. But when you are unable to sell your product to a customer you win a chance to improve your product to make it suitable to his tastes. once your product meets his needs , rest assured that he will talk great about your brand forever.

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Re: When do you feel Selling a Win - Win game ?

#5 Postby ashish1989 » Mon Jan 19, 2015 8:21 pm


I consider that selling is an art of that takes talent, skills, negotiation and a bit of luck. Selling a right product to the right audience is the ultimate goal of the seller. In today's world of competitive environment where we have various sellers try to vend the manufactured product to the target customer, selecting the right customer to target and strategize the right product so that it is not a delight to the customer but also convey a value addition to the customer and satisfy its basic demands. Most of the retail giants like Big Bazaar, Pantaloons, Wal-Mart and many other try to impart this value-addition to the customer by understanding the psyche of the customer and fulfilling those through continuously involving in process improvements.
Negotiation efficiently is also a important process of selling your product. The more you gather during the sales process,the more efficient the negotiation likely to be. Keeping in mind the five negotiation nuggets to helps in setting the table for a more conducive and expedient way of getting the deal done:
1. Understand the goals the client wants to accomplish in using your product or services.
2. Know how the client wants to work with your company and the role you need to play.
3. Have a full grasp on the “wins” of a client. (Remember, “wins” go well beyond company goals.)
4. Be mindful of the client’s style and whose style in your group fits best.
5. Don’t be afraid to say “no” when appropriate. It will lead to a deeper respect for you.

Understanding the process of fulfilling the deal and knowing that company can actually get the job done are critical for business success. If you can do all that you say you can and exceed your customers' expectations, it's likely that you could also earn additional future revenue through loyalty and trust as well. This definitely helps in creating Win-Win situation for both companies as well as its customers.

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Re: When do you feel Selling a Win - Win game ?

#6 Postby rachna » Sat Dec 13, 2014 9:38 am

When a seller is successful in selling his product which matching the need of buyer and will going to benefit him then its a win-win situation.

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Re: When do you feel Selling a Win - Win game ?

#7 Postby alok1976 » Fri Dec 12, 2014 7:23 pm

The honesty in the business ensures it remains for long and is more durable. It is acheived when the customer is happy. In the process the business gives the feel of win win for both the seller and buyer. This is acheived when a product with good value is given to the customer and he finds value in its content. Post this selling the satisfaction perculates to both the parties and they are bound to return again for business.
It has been proved through years of enterprise existence that customer satisfaction has been the key for any business to live long and grow. This can be acheived only when each business interaction gives the feeling of winning for both the parties.
Winning for both the parties is only when both have honest intrest to do the best with resonable profit. It results in confidence, trust and satisfaction which result in new business in future for both of them.
The business that starts with commitment to do the best for the customer with resonable share of profit can result in win win for both.

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Re: When do you feel Selling a Win - Win game ?

#8 Postby ANKITSHAH » Tue Nov 25, 2014 12:55 pm

The game of selling involves a salesperson and its customers. But who looses and wins depends on the sale of the product and the value the customer derives from the sale of the product. I believe that it can be a win win game if the product which is being sold is of good quality and the customer is happy with the product. Its a win for the salesperson because he/she is able to met the target and is a win for the customer because he derives the utility for the product.

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Re: When do you feel Selling a Win - Win game ?

#9 Postby navikiranrk » Mon Nov 24, 2014 8:22 pm

Sales is a win-win game when it a benefit to both buyer and firm.

No one does business for the sake of charity. Everyone wants profit in order to run business. So every sale should contribute to gain profit in business we are doing. At the same time it should not be bother or adverse to buyer. All should be equally benefited.

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Re: When do you feel Selling a Win - Win game ?

#10 Postby gBhoir » Sun Nov 23, 2014 10:08 pm

Selling is a process where salesperson and customer came to the agreement while dealing with the exchange of products and services for a negotiated sum of money. They diagnose the problem of quantity, quality, money, timeline etc. and find the best fit solution.This situation becomes a win-win game for both the parties.

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