pricing policies

pricing policies

  • case study 

“Leisure Furniture Ltd produces furniture for hotels and public houses using specific designs prepared by firms of interior design consultants. Business is brisk and the market is highly competitive with a number of rival companies tendering for work. The company’s pricing policy, based on marginal costing (variable costing) techniques, is generating high sales.

The main activity of Home Furniture Ltd is the production of a limited range of standard lounge suites for household use. The company also offers a service constructing furniture to customers’ designs. This work is undertaken to utilise any spare capacity. The main customers of the company are the major chains of furniture retailers. Due to recession, consumer spending on household durables has decreased recently and, as a result, the company is experiencing a significant reduction in orders for its standard lounge suites. The market is unlikely to improve within the next year. The company’s pricing policy is to add a percentage mark-up to total cost. ”

  • Required :- 

a) Explain why different pricing policies may be appropriate in different circumstances.

b)  illustrating your answer by reference to Leisure Furniture Ltd and Home Furniture Ltd.

  • notes :- 
  1. minimum 1000 words . 
  2. free plagiarism. 
  3. fined this case study and information related by 
  • in part  (a) you must explain 5 pricing policies as the following style  :- 

  1. Cost based approach 
  2.  Demand based approach
  3.  Marketing based approach

a- skimming pricing .

b- penetration pricing .

c- complementary product pricing .

d- product line pricing .

f- volume discounting .

h- discrimination price . 

   4. Customer based approach

   5.Competition based approach


in part  (b) you must explain in the case study