High-Price Strategy

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High-Price Strategy

a planned approach to pricing, appropriate in situations of inelastic demand, in which an organisation decides to keep its prices high; reasons for such a strategy might include a growing super-premium segment of the market, overcrowding at the bottom-end of the market, or the desire to create a prestige image for the product. Also called Premium Pricing.

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