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  • What are some good ways to talk about price/volume tradeoffs?
  • When positioning ourselves vs. the competition, won’t prospects see us as negative and get turned off?
  • Should I give my salespeople a specific price, or is a range OK?
  • I'm tired of policing my sales team and playing "bad cop" on every deal. Any suggestions?
  • When conducting research interviews, how many should we try to conduct?
  • What can I do if I can’t really tell whether the customer is serious about needing the absolute lowest price?
  • Can you measure price elasticity through channels?
  • What’s the difference between “hard” and “soft” value-drivers?
  • Should it concern us that customers haven't ever considered the value-drivers we've identified?
  • If we have people with lots of experience in the industry, do we really need to conduct marketing research?

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