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B2B Clients Lifecycle Stage Tree Map Chart
from deck B2B Customer Segmentation Models Presentation (PPT Template)

B2B Clients Lifecycle Stage Tree Map Chart

Slide Content

The slide titled "B2B Clients Lifecycle Stage Tree Map Chart" presents a visual segmentation of business-to-business client categories based on retention strategy Key Performance Indicators (KPIs). It categorizes clients as 'High Potential,' 'Need Nurturing,' 'About to Lose,' 'Champions,' and 'Loyalists' and associates each category with a percentage that likely represents its composition of the customer base. Additional sections on the slide include a comment box explaining business fragmentation and a retention strategy breakdown with percentages to be filled in for actions like 'Deprioritize,' 'Re-activate,' 'Nurture,' and 'Cherish.'

Graphical Look

  • The slide features a central tree map chart that visually segments different customer categories using colored blocks of varying sizes.
  • Each block in the chart is labeled with a category name such as 'High Potential,' with an associated percentage within the block.
  • The bottom of the slide contains four smaller rectangles in a range of blues for outlining retention strategy actions.
  • On the right-hand side, there is a comment box with a speech bubble icon suggesting that it is for annotations or notes related to the chart.
  • Colors used across the slide include shades of blue, green, orange, and teal for various elements, creating a coordinated color palette.

The overall look of the slide is professional, organized, and utilizes color coding to differentiate categories and actions clearly. The design is simplistic and focused on presenting information in a visually digestible format.

Use Cases

  • To present customer segmentation and focus areas for retention strategies during internal marketing or sales meetings.
  • As part of a pitch to management or stakeholders demonstrating the company's customer lifecycle management approach.
  • In a workshop or training session to explain different customer types and appropriate retention strategies to staff.
  • As a visual aid in a report or proposal to illustrate the distribution of clients by lifecycle stages and recommended actions.

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