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This book provides entrepreneurs with a practical guide on how to set and manage the pricing of both the products and services that they offer. It outlines the process of deriving a pricing strategy first, and then monitoring the profit implications of any pricing decisions made. In a logical, sequential format, the author sets out basic financial tools such as the Profit and Loss Account, and explains how best to understand, and negotiate within, the business to business and business to consumer markets. In a climate of market instability, the book is a timely examination of pricing as an essential practical discipline in the business world.
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About the Author
Ian Ruskin-Brown is a highly experienced marketing consultant. For fourteen years he was a course director for the Chartered Institute of Marketing. He designed, wrote and piloted the in-company training courses on marketing and selling their consultancy services for The IBM Marketing University, ICL Training and Kodak Health Imaging. He currently runs the Marketing Your Services Course for Management Centre Europe, part of the American Marketing Association.