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(Revised from original 2010 version)
Pricing, Profits, and Customer Value
This note discusses how some firms (start-ups and established companies) maximize customer value and profits via their pricing processes. It is aimed at companies that compete on the basis of performance initiatives rather than absolute cost advantages and low price. It is suitable for use in courses or modules in pricing, entrepreneurial management, strategy, or marketing.
Keywords: Customer Focus and Relationships;
Customer Value and Value Chain;
Cespedes, Frank V., Benson P. Shapiro, and Elliot B. Ross. "Pricing, Profits, and Customer Value." Harvard Business School Background Note 811-016, August 2011. (Revised from original September 2010 version.)