“I believe, with absolute conviction, that optimising pricing policy and practice is the easiest, quickest and most certain way to improve profitability. Yet, it is so often ignored.”
Mark Prince, Pricing SG
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Pricing Policy and Practice Review
Where are we now and how great could we be?
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Price is a statement of value
Deep and extensive knowledge on pricing strategy from Mark Prince, career-long corporate executive and Visiting Teaching Fellow at Lancaster University
Pricing Upgrades to Win
What pricing language is more likely to persuade us to buy an upgraded product?
Optimum Voucher Value is Not Straightforward
When deciding discount levels for vouchers you can use experience and gut instinct, or you can do the job properly and use research.
Leave Your Card At Home!
We lose price-perception and price-comparison consciousness when we use our cards, and its worse when we use contactless.
When is a discount not a discount?
Either our maths is not that good, or we don’t invest mental effort in thinking about small transactions.
What is the Price of Low Self Control?
The inability to control our impulses costs us money!
The Power of the Seller
As a salesperson, you have a huge wealth of industry knowledge and power.
Slides from Mark's presentations and talks, included here for ongoing reference
Brain versus the Paradigm – Pricing
Pricing methodology and design should be changing at pace that matches a changing world.
New product through the pricing lens
Four product launch failure modes exposed by pricing strategy
12 Cs of Pricing
Price drives company profitability more than any other factor. Learn the 12 Cs of pricing.
The Order We Show Things Depends on the Price
Question: Should we order our products by Price or by Brand?
Russia’s War Drives Price
The Ukraine invasion increased costs which pivots to consumers, who have less disposable income
Pricing, the easiest trigger
Elastic or inelastic, price moves the needle faster