Are your online prices competitive enough? Find out with the Price2Spy’s webinar!

We have some exciting news! Price2Spy is hosting its first webinar on Thursday, May 14th, at 03:00 PM (CEST).

The webinars’ topic is Competitive Pricing Intelligence for Retailers – Why is proper pricing important?

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Take advantage of the experience of a company that has been dealing with online pricing in the global market for almost 10 years and trusted by over 680 companies from all over the world, to find out why pricing is so important. In times of crisis, it is more important than ever to attract every customer and take advantage of the increased demand in the online marketplace!

Registration to the webinar is completely free! You can register here

Agenda:

  1. How Price2Spy started
  2. Consumer Behavior Research
  3. What should you expect from a pricing service?
  4. Demonstration of our solution
  5. Questions and answers

After this webinar, you’ll see how important the price in your online store is. Also, you’ll learn how to determine the best pricing algorithms in a few simple steps, with Price2Spy’s help, and secure a market leader position!

Therefore, if you are struggling with your pricing strategy, this webinar is just the help you’ve been looking for. Join us on May 14, and save your seat now!

About Price2Spy

Price2Spy is an online service that provides comprehensive and suitable solutions for eCommerce professionals including; retailers, brands/manufacturers and distributors in order to stay profitable in the current competitive market conditions. If you want to learn more about what Price2Spy can do for your business, please get a personalized free demo or start your 30-day free trial.

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This blog is a place for eCommerce professionals to discuss ideas, methodologies and strategies to compete more effectively in the ever more tightening world of online retail. We explore things like competitive price monitoring, competitor business intelligence, competitive pricing, and counter-intelligence in general.

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