Price is a key determinant of marketing (and business) success. Cutting price without a corresponding fall in unit costs (for instance, via higher volume) reduces profit margin. Competitors may react, or even over-react (common in unstable situations). A price raised without a corresponding extra incentive to the customer can cause reduced sales, accumulated inventory and slower asset turn.
KeywordsPrice Discrimination Market Leadership Sales Force Quantity Discount Account Control
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