2022 C-Suite Go-to-Market Benchmark Survey B2B Revenue Leaders Define Go-to-Market (GTM) as Bigger Than Just Product Launches Read the study to learn why just under one-third of the more than 200 high-level marketing and sales leaders queried took the progressive route and said that GTM includes all customer-facing activities, including marketing, sales, growth, and account retention. Get the Report The B2B market is evolving rapidly — and the need for smarter go-to-market (GTM) strategies is growing right alongside it. In this Demandbase-sponsored survey by Demand Gen Report, we wanted to understand how the C-suite defined GTM. Not surprisingly, about 40% of those surveyed understood the term to mean how they take new products to market. BUT, when viewed through the lens of leaders (those who exceeded their revenue goals) and laggards (those who fell short of their revenue goals), more leaders (34%) than laggards (26%) chose the more progressive definition, demonstrating that successful companies view GTM strategies through a wider revenue-generating lens vs. just launching new products. The report will examine: Strategies that sales and marketing leaders indicated are critical to driving growth and how they’re allocating their investments The continued challenge of sales and marketing alignment, with an inside look into how companies are bridging the gap GTM’s overall shift from heavily product-focused to all-encompassing of the customer journey How account intelligence and insights influence campaigns and sales motions and the data marketing and sales are using to fuel them Key areas of GTM that can be enhanced or aided through the help of technology platforms and providers Download the 2022 C-Suite Go-to-Market Benchmark Survey today and get on the path towards Smarter GTM™.