New Business to Business Deal Sites offer Big Discounts

Small and local business owners of all types will have new opportunities to grab deep discounts on business-related products and services thanks to a battle heating up in the daily or weekly deals marketplace.  Several B2B daily and weekly deal sites have sprung up recently, offering big discounts on everything from printing, food services and cell phones, to online surveys, computers, travel and cloud-based business applications.  New York-based MarketSharing, one of the latest to launch, joins the likes of BizDeals, BizSaves and Bizy, in jockeying for position in the booming business of B2B deals.  

BizDeals calls itself a “social eCommerce” site offering deals on products and services that help small business owners generate brand awareness and drive growth. Its weekly deals deliver savings on products and services in the categories of Business Essentials, Business Growth, and Rewards & Recognition.  From marketing services and computer products, to travel deals and entertainment, these categories include key areas where savings can do business owners the most good.  One example:  PR Newswire, a BizDeals launch sponsor, offers discounts on its enhanced PR Toolkit, an online public relations resource tailored to small business and entrepreneurs. 

Chicago-based Bizy helps small business owners buy a wide array of products and services at deep discounts, including office equipment and supplies, IT network equipment, software and hardware, mobile communications devices, shipping, payroll services, legal and accounting services, travel, car rental, banking, credit cards, insurance and more. It works like this:

  1. Sign up to receive an email when there is a new and interesting Bizy deal, or look for invites from friends, colleagues, ads or the website.
  2. When you see an offer you like, you can click the big “buy now” button.
  3. Some deals only work if a minimum number of businesses buy.
  4. Within 24 hours you’ll receive a purchase confirmation.  Print it and take it with you to the supplier or quote the reference number featured in the email to redeem your offer.

BizSaves bargains on behalf of business owners for deals on products and services that small companies and startups need most, with discounts reaching 50% or more. Sign up at the website to receive email notices of new deals weekly.

Meanwhile, MarketSharing hopes to position itself as a “premium B2B deals provider for exceptional business products and services.”  Initial deals are in New York only, but the site plans to expand to other major U.S. cities quickly.  Their first three daily deals include discounts on SeamlessWeb food delivery, BlogWorld and New Media Expo passes and TeamWorx team building events.

MarketSharing aims to offer businesses high quality, deeply discounted (50-80%) daily group deals on a wide range of products and. With an emphasis on brick and mortar to support local businesses, MarketSharing focuses on curating the best local products and service deals for businesses.  “Our vision is to provide deals that foster the discovery of new experiences for businesses, creating a happier, healthier, and more well rounded work environment,” says John Amato, MarketSharing’s CEO.

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About the Author: Daniel Kehrer, Founder and Chief Content Officer of BizBest Media, is a senior-level leader in digital media, content development and online marketing with special expertise in startups, SMB, social media and generating traffic, engagement and leads. He holds an MBA from UCLA/Anderson and is a passionate entrepreneur (started 4 businesses), syndicated columnist, blogger, thought leader and author of 7 business and financial books.

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  1. Alec Hess says:

    Good read on B2B deal sites modeled on the group buying experience and success of Groupon et. al. Since half of most small business budgets are spent on repeat purchases it only makes sense that “Groupon for business” type sites are going to be a fast growing category. The creation of this new marketing channel for small businesses looking to acquire new customers as well as save money is a real win-win.

    The trick will be to see who can offer the best experience on both sides; purchasing, and deal offering, and gain momentum and brand awareness. To that end, let me throw my hat into the ring: We exist to build relationships between our buyers and sellers, and use deals as a catalyst for that connection. Sorry for the self-promotion.

    Good luck to all of us.

    Alec Hess, Co-Founder,

  2. Scott says:

    There is a new daily deal/group buying site called that our company used recently. They provide amazing deals on promotional products and other items that can be printed with a logo. Great for any small business that wants products to promote themselves. Just thought I would share.


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