indirect selling

indirect selling
indirect selling UK US noun [U] COMMERCE
the practice of selling products through a store rather than directly to a customer: »

Selling organically grown herbs to a local grocery store is an example of indirect selling.

the practice of a manufacturer selling products through another person or company rather than directly to a store: »

Indirect selling involves the employment of an agent or distributor overseas.

Compare DIRECT SELLING(Cf. ↑direct selling)

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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