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by Ross Brennan, Louise Canning, Raymond McDowell. Includes new coverage of digital and social media marketing in the B2B environment, to reflect online developments. Suitable for all students taking B2B marketing modules. 1 Business-to-Business Markets and Marketing. 3. Learning Outcomes. 3. Introduction. 3. The Nature of Business Markets. 5. Business Markets: Defining. This textbook stands out from others by combining multiple approaches to B2B marketing theory with up-to-date examples from practice. The inclusion of many.
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Fundamentals of Business-to-Business Marketing , book: Author: Ross Brennan, Louise. Canning and Raymond McDowell; Edition: 2; Editor: SAGE. Business‐to‐Business MarketingRoss Brennan, Louise Canning and Raymond McDowell. Business‐to‐Business Marketing. London: Sage BUSINESS - TO - BUSINESS. MARKETING. 3rd EDITION. ROSS BRENNAN. LOUISE CANNING. RAYMOND McDOWELL. ®SAGE. Los Angeles | London | New.
It provides a comprehensive literature review and empiric examples through a range of relevant case studies.
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Refreshingly, the text is packed with an eclectic mix of largely European case studies that make for extremely interesting reading.
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Mottakers e-postadresse: Price can act as a substitute for product quality, effective promotions, or an energetic selling effort by distributors in certain markets. From the marketer's point of view, an efficient price is a price that is very close to the maximum that customers are prepared to pay.
In economic terms, it is a price that shifts most of the consumer economic surplus to the producer. A good pricing strategy would be the one which could balance between the price floor the price below which the organization ends up in losses and the price ceiling the price by which the organization experiences a no-demand situation.
Further information: Pricing strategies Marketers develop an overall pricing strategy that is consistent with the organisation's mission and values.
This pricing strategy typically becomes part of the company's overall long-term strategic plan. The strategy is designed to provide broad guidance for price-setters and ensures that the pricing strategy is consistent with other elements of the marketing plan.
While the actual price of goods or services may vary in response to different conditions, the broad approach to pricing i.
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The pricing strategy established the overall, long-term goals of the pricing function, without specifying an actual price-point. In some cases, prices might be set to de-market. Customer-oriented pricing: where the objective is to maximize the number of customers; encourage cross-selling opportunities or to recognise different levels in the customer's ability to pay.
The aim of value-based pricing is to reinforce the overall positioning strategy e. Tactical pricing decisions are shorter term prices, designed to accomplish specific short-term goals. The tactical approach to pricing may vary from time to time, depending on a range of internal considerations e. Accordingly, a number of different pricing tactics may be employed in the course of a single planning period or across a single year. Typically line managers are given the latitude necessary to vary individual prices providing that they operate within the broad strategic approach.
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For example, some premium brands never offer discounts because the use of low prices may tarnish the brand image. Instead of discounting, premium brands are more likely to offer customer value through price-bundling or give-aways. When setting individual prices, decision-makers require a solid understanding of pricing economics, notably break-even analysis ,  as well as an appreciation of the psychological aspects of consumer decision-making including reservation prices , ceiling prices and floor prices.
The marketing literature identifies literally hundreds of pricing tactics. Rao and Kartono carried out a cross-cultural study to identify the pricing strategies and tactics that are most widely used.
In such cases, complementary pricing may be considered. It refers to a method in which one of two or more complementary products a deskjet printer, for example is priced to maximise sales volume, while the complementary product printer ink cartridges are priced at a much higher level in order to cover any shortfall sustained by the first product.
Contingency pricing is widely used in professional services such as legal services and consultancy services. Discrete pricing[ edit ] Discrete Pricing occurs when prices are set at a level that the price comes within the competence of the decision making unit DMU.
Discount pricing[ edit ] A discount is any form of reduction in price Discount pricing is where the marketer or retailer offers a reduced price. Discounts in a variety of forms - e.The process. Chang, L. Governing at a distance: social marketing and the bio politics Parkinson, J.
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How can this help you in the beginning stages of marketing your business? This textbook competently combines highly relevant concepts and models with a wealth of very interesting and useful examples, cases and practical exercises from a variety of industries and contexts. The tactical approach to pricing may vary from time to time, depending on a range of internal considerations e.