What Your Product-Market Fit Test Is Missing

What is the both the earliest and best indicator that a company has a future? Is it the napkin where a great idea is first sketched out? Is it the bank confirmation of your first paying customer? Those are important […]

How One Company Used Price To Build A Cool Fashion Brand

Warby Parker, the eyeglass startup with the funny name, was founded in 2010 by 4 MBAs Neil Blumenthal, Andrew Hunt, David Gilboa, and Jeffrey Raider. While in business school, the co-founders created the idea for the company and spent the […]

MoviePass (Or Fail?)

MoviePass, an online movie ticket subscription platform, has gained a lot of attention over the past few months – and rightfully so. In the two years, this company has gone from a behind the scenes company to headline news and […]

Paradox Of The Market Share Strategy

Entrepreneurs want to bring their solutions to the greatest number of customers and people possible. Commercially they want this scale to grow, capture efficiencies of scale, and ultimately achieve economic profit. To achieve the original vision, many entrepreneurs embrace a […]

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The Core Principle Good Companies Miss In Their Pricing Strategy

The most successful pricing strategies are rooted in the pursuit of understanding people. This is the starting principle I always emphasize to companies, founders, and executives. If you treat pricing like a discovery process of people, not only will it […]

How To Use Pricing As A Growth Strategy

You’ve got a great product that your customers love, a growing reputation, and team members who are passionate about what they do — yet you’re struggling to grow. Why? Most businesses in this position would knuckle down and work harder, […]