8 Ways to Test what matters most to Customers
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Everyone knows that you should test before launching to check whether there is customer demand and what matters most to them before you spend lots of time and money on a full scale launch.
It is hard to know how to do this effectively.
Our Guide provides you with 8 common methods of how to test. We include implications for time, cost, level of difficulty and type of output.
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Meet our Product Expert – Anna Taylor
For over 15 years I had the great pleasure of working for companies that I have truly admired such as Cadbury’s, SAB Miller, Asahi and Unilever.
Working in Finance alongside Sales and Marketing teams throughout that time I learnt from the best and developed new methods and strategies for pricing, promotion and revenue management. From training sales forces in margin and pricing to co-designing and calculating the impact of an entirely new price pack architecture and everything in between.
I have seen first-hand the importance of getting pricing right, of designing a pricing architecture and more importantly, sticking to it. I understand how to get win-win pricing between you and your retailers and how to evaluate promotions to understand what really works and is worth spending money on.
Pricing is such a crucial element in every business and I am passionate about sharing my knowledge and seeing more companies benefit from this area that is so rarely taught and properly explained.
Make your product more successful by testing, learning and improving.