Cost-Based Pricing and Value-Based Pricing Strategies

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Cost-based pricing and value-based pricing are two common pricing strategies. Cost-based pricing sets prices based on the cost of production plus a markup, while value-based pricing sets prices based on the perceived value of the product or service to the customer. Companies must choose the pricing strategy that best fits their goals, market conditions, and target customers, in order to achieve their financial objectives. For example, a company that produces high-quality, unique products may choose to adopt a value-based pricing strategy, in order to maximize profit by charging prices that reflect the perceived value of its products to the customer.


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