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How price sheets have compared in recent years | Resource Recycling News

How price sheets have compared in recent years | Resource Recycling News

For decades, a pricing index has reported prices for recyclables in Canada’s most populous province. The group behind the sheet recently evaluated how it compares with other market reports. The Continuous Improvement Fund (CIF), an Ontario, Canada group funded by producers and municipalities, publishes a sheet showing how much money recovered fibers, plastics, metals and […]

Discussion: Is List Price Management more important that Discount Management?  | Jose Vela

Discussion: Is List Price Management more important that Discount Management? | Jose Vela

Time for list price review. If you price by discounting from a list price, managing list price can have an impact in profit even bigger than managing the way you discount. Would you agree? Top Comments Amit Bhatia, Team Lead – APJ Product Pricing & Strategy, Hybrid IT at Hewlett Packard Enterprise Definitely yes but […]

Grocers: It’s Time to Disrupt Your ‘Traditional’ Predictive Analytics Approaches | Progressive Grocer

Grocers: It’s Time to Disrupt Your ‘Traditional’ Predictive Analytics Approaches | Progressive Grocer

THE AI APPROACH The AI approach is based on processing all the available data and evaluating the connections and relationships between every single product, which sheds light on the various “ripple” effects – such as cross-category cannibalization/affinity, promotional and price elasticities, and forward-buying – that occur across the entire retailer’s product assortment anytime a decision […]

The true madness of a viral wing pricing scheme | The Verge

The true madness of a viral wing pricing scheme | The Verge

If you’ve been on Twitter in the past week, you may have seen this bewildering wing menu. I saw it a few days ago, and it has consumed my thoughts in every unoccupied moment since. We know nothing of where it came from or why, although it’s probably safe to assume it’s a wing place. […]

Should I Publish My Prices On My Website? | Klood

Should I Publish My Prices On My Website? | Klood

Many businesses spend hours debating whether or not to publish their prices online. So what’s the answer? My invariable advice is that you should always be open and transparent in your pricing. People on your website want to know. Think about the last purchase you made. Once you’d set your sights on the product or […]

Pinnacle warns of ‘intensified competition’ in grocery as Conagra deal nears | Food Dive

Pinnacle warns of ‘intensified competition’ in grocery as Conagra deal nears | Food Dive

Still, Brittany Weissman, an analyst at Edward Jones, told Food Dive last week that the deal was good for Conagra. The company in recent years has jettisoned its private label business and frozen potato company Lamb Weston to focus on its core brands, using M&A to bulk up in areas such as snacking and frozen where it already […]

Shall We Study Amazon’s Pricing Together? | Linux Journal

Shall We Study Amazon’s Pricing Together? | Linux Journal

Since then, I’ve been checking Amazon prices often on different browsers, different devices, both logged in and not, and again using Tor on Brave. Prices for lots of stuff (not just books) have been all over the place. And information about products changes too. For example, today (as I write this, on deadline) is August […]

Unmasking the Secret Pricing Strategies of 755 Successful SaaS Businesses | BrandMentions

Unmasking the Secret Pricing Strategies of 755 Successful SaaS Businesses | BrandMentions

Half of every business is creating something that people need. The other half is convincing people to buy it. We’re pretty sure you have plenty of ideas for the first part, so we tried to help you figure out the second one. This year, we took the task of seeing how several hundred startups approached […]

Hurricane Lane Price Caps Will Worsen Shortages | Honolulu Civil Beat

Hurricane Lane Price Caps Will Worsen Shortages | Honolulu Civil Beat

Hawaii Gov. David Ige declared a state of emergency this week, which among other things, triggers a state law that caps the prices of all goods in the state during the duration of the emergency. Although well-intentioned, the price cap is likely to exacerbate shortages and lead to a misallocation of emergency goods. Hawaii state […]

Amazon Prime Day shopping topped $4 billion, analyst estimates | Grand Forks Herald

Amazon Prime Day shopping topped $4 billion, analyst estimates | Grand Forks Herald

Shoppers spent $4.2 billion during Amazon.com’s Prime Day sale, up 33 percent from a year ago, according to estimates from Wedbush Securities analyst Michael Pachter. The online retailer doesn’t disclose revenue from the 36-hour event that began Monday. Pachter based his estimate on information the company did release, including that it shipped more than 100 […]