Tag: Customer Segmentation

Here’s How Apple Inc. Will Price Its Amazing OLED iPhone | The Motley Fool

Here’s How Apple Inc. Will Price Its Amazing OLED iPhone | The Motley Fool

Product leaker Benjamin Geskin tweeted out how Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) will apparently price its upcoming premium OLED iPhone models, which could be called either “iPhone Edition” or “iPhone X,” depending on which reports you believe, citing a friend who has a friend at Apple. The New York Times reported last month that the premium iPhones will […]

Park District golf faces day of decision | JournalStar

Park District golf faces day of decision | JournalStar

GolfVisions representatives described their season-pass plan in which golfers could choose from a varied level of customized passes. They might include a pass for all-access, for one course, for seniors, for juniors or for late afternoon play among other options. Punch cards for limited play would also be made available. With these different types of […]

Do Clients Push Back on Pricing? | AccountingWEB

Do Clients Push Back on Pricing? | AccountingWEB

utthroat pricing competition may be the norm in many industries, for accounting services? Moreover, do your clients push back on pricing? Advertisement You tell yourself:  “This shouldn’t be happening.” Accounting is a profession historically on the same tier as medicine and the law. No one says to their doctor: “What’s that heart transplant going to cost me?  […]

Will consumers pay $1,000 (or more) for the next iPhone? | Fox News

Will consumers pay $1,000 (or more) for the next iPhone? | Fox News

Other media outlets, including The Wall Street Journal, have indicated the 10th anniversary edition of the iPhone could cost as much as $1,400, putting it in the stratosphere of high-end smartphones. With this level of pricing, analysts have wondered whether it might be too much for most people. “I’m still a bit skeptical the phone […]

Tourism and technology: What the future holds for travel distribution | Times of Malta

Tourism and technology: What the future holds for travel distribution | Times of Malta

Tourism service providers are increasingly focusing on incremental improvements to how consumers book and experience their product. With the changing landscape of e-commerce and the ubiquity of technological solutions, which gather, store, and analyse data, more travel businesses are monitoring their performance across channels. Very often, they are in a position to adjust their marketing […]

Falling pound post-Brexit forces 260 job losses at Tonbridge firm Southern Salads | Kent News

Falling pound post-Brexit forces 260 job losses at Tonbridge firm Southern Salads | Kent News

Some 260 jobs have been lost at Kent food supplier Southern Salads after the Brexit-hit pound forced the company into administration. FRP Advisory has been appointed administrators of the Tonbridge-based firm, which will cease trading immediately, leaving hundreds of staff out of work. The family-run company operated for 30 years, weathering “competitive pricing pressures from […]

Scientific Pricing Made Easy | Twice

Scientific Pricing Made Easy | Twice

Setting retail prices can be based upon a number of factors. First, most retailers are obsessed with their competitors’ prices and can be relentless about matching them. But besides just matching the competition, there are all sorts of other ways to price, including: cost-plus, keystone and other more random methods. For example, China’s retailers like […]

Waste not, want not | The Kingston Whig-Standard

Waste not, want not | The Kingston Whig-Standard

One of the things I’ve been railing against lately is the growing number of “multi-buy” pricing strategies being used by Canadian supermarkets. These strategies include reduced prices when you buy two or more items, instead of offering discounts on single items. Nobody should be penalized for the “privilege” of purchasing one item. Multi-buy pricing puts […]

Top-end handsets for half the price of an iPhone 8 | Yorkshire Post

Top-end handsets for half the price of an iPhone 8 | Yorkshire Post

A MONTH or so from now, Apple will announce to the world its latest smartphone, the iPhone 8. For the last decade, the stage management of its launch jamborees has been characterised by a level of hysteria not seen since the Paris peace accords. But this time may be different… the world is no longer […]

Pricing Strategy: Labor Theory of Value versus Value-based Pricing | WhatTheyThink

Pricing Strategy: Labor Theory of Value versus Value-based Pricing | WhatTheyThink

Companies within in the printing industry have historically had a manufacturing mentality—they subscribe to the labor theory of value, which states that the value of a service is determined by the amount of labor that goes into production. Now, thousands of firms in a variety of industries are pricing their services according to the external […]