Cutting Prices Without Cutting Profits
A case study
Many retailers have run price-cutting campaigns—but most have failed to produce a dramatic improvement in competitive position, and have simply started price wars and hurt profits. One major US grocery chain is a notable exception, having recently improved its shelf price position by 10% relative to competitors, while at the same time protecting its bottom line. This paper describes how it pulled off one of the boldest value repositionings ever undertaken.
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