The report was based on data from a survey conducted in August through September 2020 among 420 marketers at B2B technology and business services companies.
Some 42% of the marketers surveyed say their ABM business objectives have changed because of the pandemic, 54% say their objectives have not changed, and 4% are not sure.
ABM Tactics: Covid's Impact
Among marketers who have changed their ABM tactics because of the pandemic, 49% say growing business with existing accounts has become much more important and 37% say supporting specific major opportunities has become much more important.
The pandemic has also led some B2B marketers to embrace new ABM tactics. Specifically, a number say they have begun holding virtual events, virtual meetings, and webinars as part of their ABM strategy.
ABM Budgets: Covid's Impact
Some 30% of B2B marketers say their ABM budget decreased because of the pandemic, 26% say it increased, and 44% say there was no change.
About the research: The report was based on data from a survey conducted in August through September 2020 among 420 marketers at B2B technology and business services companies.
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