Private school parents buy teaching, not costs

Private school parents buy teaching. Instead of defending insignificant reduction in fees, schools should first “demo” the service to justify its value. What a deadlock! On one hand, as one newspaper put it, “Parents are in revolt over the unrealistic costs associated with virtual education for children out of school.” On the other hand, according…

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Set yourself apart by selling value

Unfortunately, the average seller, doesn’t focus on the buyer’s need preferring instead to dwell on his Instead of standing in line with your product differentiation, stand apart with your selling. The former has a limited shelf life before it is copied, or bettered. In any case customers don’t buy what your product is; they buy…

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