cupman

cupman

(ˈkʌpmən)
n, pl -men
a drinking companion
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"Many B2B brands are guilty of selling on price, rather than selling on value," says Julia Cupman, global direc- tor at market research firm B2B International.
"Your typical B2B brand might only have a few hun- dred customers, so trying to engage that small number through social media might not be the most appropriate option for reaching and engaging them -- it might need a more traditional channel," Cupman said in an interview with Market- ing Week.
Paul Hague, Matthew Harrison, Julia Cupman, and Oliver Truman