Corporate sales usually involves selling a commodity that is sold to corporates in bulk providing them a bulk discount which is usually sold to other customers as well but not in bulk. For example an ecommerce portal that sells flowers and bouquets can have a corporate tie up with companies to provide them 50 bouquets a month for a discounted price than what is sold on the ecommerce portal. When a salesperson from the bouquet firm approaches the corporate for a deal like this he is doing corporate sales


bulk sale, sometimes called a bulk transfer, is when a business sells all or nearly all of its inventory to a single buyer and such a sale is not part of the ordinary course of business. This type of action is often used in an attempt to dodge creditors who intend to seize such business’s inventory; in order to protect the purchaser from claims made by creditors of the seller, the seller must usually complete an affidavit outlining its secured and unsecured creditors, which must usually be filed with a government department, such as a court office. Such procedures are outlined in the bulk sales act of most jurisdictions. If the buyer does not complete the registration process for a bulk sale, creditors of the seller may obtain a declaration that the sale was invalid against the creditors and the creditors may take possession of the goods or obtain judgment for any proceeds the buyer received from a subsequent sale.