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The Ultimate Guide to B2B Marketing in 2022 [+ New Data]



B2B Marketing

Not everyone has a clear understanding of the difference between marketing to individuals and marketing to organizations. That’s why b2b marketing exists. If you want to achieve your goals, you should learn how business to business marketing works. Check what b2b marketing strategies will be the most effective for you in 2022 and follow professional tips to reach your target audience.

What is B2B Marketing?

We can talk about B2B marketing when we want other companies acquainted with our product/service. So, the main B2B meaning refers to all types of strategies that are directed toward a business. When a company offers goods/services to another company, it uses b2b marketing strategies.

Among famous examples of b2b companies are HubSpot, WeWork, Printful, etc. The target audience of these companies is other companies, not individuals. To succeed, most of them use a combination of different strategies, among which are email marketing, social media marketing, content marketing, and others. Discover the Stripo templates to know how to create engaging content that will appeal to your target audience.

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B2B vs B2C Marketing

Now, you know what is b2b marketing. What about B2C marketing, and how does it differ from B2B? As has already been said, b2b companies want to reach other businesses and raise their brand awareness. B2C marketing is directed toward individual consumers.

So, these two types of marketing have different target audiences. Examples of B2C companies are Spotify, Poppin, Target, etc. As a result, B2C companies need to apply completely different marketing strategies to communicate with their audiences successfully.

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B2B Marketing Strategies

Here are several tips you need to follow before you start developing your own b2b marketing strategies.

  • You should understand how your brand is perceived by your target audience. Take care of the brand positioning before you take the next step.
  • Identify what your target audience is. It will help you learn about purchasing habits and decisions of your potential clients. This tool is vital for all types of marketing.
  • Conduct market research to learn about your competitors. After you find out what the strengths and weaknesses of your rivals are, you will be able to create more competitive product offerings.
  • Discover what marketing channels can work best for you. While conducting a competitive analysis, find out what channels were used by your competitors successfully and which they didn’t use.
  • Learn more about the benefits you will enjoy with email marketing. This method can be used by both B2B and B2C companies. It’s the best way to engage your target audience and get more leads. So, identify your email target and do your best to create eye-catching content.

B2B Marketing Trends to Watch in 2022 [New Data]

According to the research conducted by the professional team of HubSpot, the main challenge for marketers is measuring ROI. It can be easier for some activities but can be more complicated for other activities. In 2022, most marketers want to make investments in influencer marketing. It’s due to the fact that more people purchase goods online using popular social media.

The most important objective for marketers is to raise brand awareness. There are many  b2b examples where marketers use the strategy of optimizing load speed as they consider it to be the most effective one. You need to increase your SEO if you want to be competitive. One more popular trend is to use LinkedIn, which is known as the best channel for marketers.

Dipo Olowookere is a journalist based in Nigeria that has passion for reporting business news stories. At his leisure time, he watches football and supports 3SC of Ibadan. Mr Olowookere can be reached via

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Binance Gets Digital Asset Service Provider Licence in France




By Adedapo Adesanya

Binance, the world’s largest crypto and blockchain infrastructure provider, has been granted a Digital Asset Service Provider (DASP) registration to operate in France.

The green light was given by Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF), which regulates the French financial markets, with the approval of the Autorité de Contrôle Prudentiel et de Résolution (ACPR), the authority responsible for supervising the banking and insurance sectors in France, especially AML Regulations.

The landmark achievement for Binance represents its first DASP registration in the European Union and demonstrates its commitment to being a compliance-first exchange.

The registration allows Binance France SAS to operate as a DASP in France and provides regulatory protection for local users with regard to the implementation of French AML/CFT and customer identification requirements.

This came just after the platform received licenses to be a crypto service provider in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, a key milestone for the world’s largest digital-asset exchange as it set up the stage for a major push in the Middle East.

According to Binance, compliance and regulation are critical to the development and maturation of the crypto and blockchain industry.

Mr Changpeng Zhao (CZ), founder and CEO of Binance, said: “Effective regulation is essential for the mainstream adoption of cryptocurrency. The French DASP and AML/CFT regulations put in place stringent anti-money laundering and fit and proper requirements to meet the high standards necessary to be regulated in France.”

“We are grateful to the AMF and ACPR who both demonstrated a commitment to innovation that made it possible for Binance to navigate the entire application process. Since day one, Binance has always put its users first, and now the crypto community can have even further confidence in Binance France as a trusted DASP registered in France,” he added.

Mr David Princay, CEO of Binance France added, “The registration of Binance France as a DASP is a key milestone for crypto in Europe. In particular, the new levels of protection for AML will help grow crypto adoption in France and Europe. Greater adoption will help bring better liquidity to the market which will be welcomed by users and the community in particular.”

Following the registration, Binance will significantly expand its operations and intends to recruit more people focused on cryptocurrency and blockchain infrastructure development.

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We’ll Sustain High Level of Corporate Governance—Seplat




By Aduragbemi Omiyale

The immediate past chairman of Seplat Energy Plc, Mr Ambrosie Bryant Chukwueloka (ABC) Orjiako, has assured that the company will continue to sustain a high level of corporate governance.

Speaking last Thursday at the closing gong ceremony to honour him and introduce his successor, Mr Basil Omiyi, to the market, the energy expert applauded the Nigerian Exchange (NGX) Limited for insisting on transparent and accountable corporate governance for issuers on its platform.

According to him, this has been critical to the company’s growth, assuring that this trend would be maintained in the interest of the firm’s stakeholders.

“The high level of corporate governance promoted by NGX for its listed companies was a key attribute that motivated Seplat Energy Plc to become part of the market.

“Since our acceptance into the market, Seplat Energy Plc has continued to deliver a corporate governance structure that is accountable and transparent to our investors, employees, government and all other relevant stakeholders.

“We are committed to sustaining these high levels of corporate governance through our collaboration with NGX as we implement market-leading measures towards ensuring Nigeria achieves a sustainable energy sector,” he said.

Corroborating him, Mr Omiyi, said, “NGX has played an instrumental role in Seplat Energy Plc’s growth within the domestic and international markets. Our history with the exchange dates back to 2014 when the shares of Seplat Energy Plc were listed in the market and over the years, Seplat has benefitted immensely from its collaboration with NGX.

“As we celebrate another milestone on the Trading Floor of the Exchange, we look forward to strengthening our partnership with NGX for the fulfilment of our joint goal of leveraging capital to empower sustainable initiatives that positively impact our investors, employees, and the environment.”

The chairman of NGX, Mr A.B. Mahmoud, in his address, congratulated Mr Orjiako for his exemplary leadership and outstanding performance of Seplat Energy for well over a decade, during which the company was listed on both NGX and the London Stock Exchange.

“The notable acquisition of eight oil and gas assets, expansion of the Oben and development of the ANOH gas plants under his leadership positioned the company as the largest indigenous domestic supplier of gas,” Mr Mahmoud, who was represented by a director on the bourse, Mr Kamarudeen Oladosu, he noted.

On his part, the CEO of NGX, Mr Temi Popoola, said, “The exchange is better positioned to lead government advocacy efforts for listed companies, promote technology advancement and digital innovation for the capital market, and increase retail investor participation in the capital market aimed at building a market for the future and addressing the prevailing challenge of financial inclusion.

“We welcome Seplat Energy Plc to a renewed NGX and look forward to deepening our collaboration to develop and push for disruptive, out of the box ideas that could support Nigeria’s energy transition into a net-zero economy.”

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JUST IN: CBN Raises Benchmark Interest Rate to 13%



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By Dipo Olowookere

For the first time in two years, the Monetary Policy Rate (MPR) has been raised by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to 13.0 per cent from 11.5 per cent.

Mr Godwin Emefiele, the Governor of the CBN, who announced this development on Tuesday in Abuja, explained that the decision to increase the benchmark interest rate was taken at the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) meeting held yesterday and today.

While addressing financial reporters this afternoon, Mr Emefiele said members of the committee were unanimous with the decision to hike the rates as it was the best thing to do after holding them for about two years.

According to the central bank chief, one of the reasons for raising the rate is to control liquidity ahead of the 2023 general elections as politicians would be expected to flood the system with cash in a bid to woo voters.

However, the other parameters were left unchanged by members at the gathering as the Asymmetric corridor remained around the MPR at +100/-700bps, the Cash Reserve Ratio (CRR) at 27.5 per cent and the Liquidity Ratio (LR) at 30.0 per cent.

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