Pricing the products or services you’re selling to another business can be challenging.
Saying “Ok I’m going to charge $5 for this is nice” sounds nice, but you don’t want to lose out on valuable revenue, especially since you’ve likely put hard work and time into creating what you sell. When selling B2B, it’s critical to understand the characteristics of the business you’re selling to, and also what’s most important to your business based on what you’re selling.
In this post, discover what B2B pricing is, the different models that will help you with your pricing process, and the pricing strategies
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