Pricing your product or service incorrectly can mean money left on the table. Money you won’t get back. By using our proven pricing strategies, you will get the maximum for your product or service.
When it comes to price, there is a big difference between cost and value.
For example, a McDonald’s BigMac only cost them $1.14, but they sell it to us for $3.99. The value to people (getting food fast) outweighs the cost.
Let us help you price for value. We can show you using our proven pricing strategies.
Customers are willing to pay a price premium of up to 13% (and as high as 18%) for luxury and indulgence services.> PwC
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Basic Pricing Strategies
11% – It only takes a 1% increase in price to raise profits by a average of 9% to 11%.> PriceIntelligently.com
30% of the pricing decisions companies make that fail to deliver the best price.> McKinsey.com
Best Pricing Strategies
- Cost-Plus Pricing
- Competitor-Based Pricing
- Value-Based Pricing
- Psychological Pricing
- Dynamic Pricing