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  • 1 Product Red — Product Red, styled as (PRODUCT)RED, is a brand licensed to partner companies such as Nike, American Express (UK), Apple Inc., Starbucks, Converse, Bugaboo, Penguin Classics (UK International), Gap, Emporio Armani, Hallmark (US) and Dell. It was… …

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  • 2 Premium pricing — is the practice of keeping the price of a product or service artificially high in order to encourage favorable perceptions among buyers, based solely on the price.cite book | last = Gittings | first = Christopher | title = The Advertising… …

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  • 3 product — noun 1 sth that is made or formed ADJECTIVE ▪ good, right ▪ We have a good product, but it needs to be marketed better. ▪ the right product in the right place at the right time ▪ innovative …

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  • 4 Premium Standard Farms — Infobox Company company name = Smithfield Foods, Inc. company company type = Public (NYSE|SFD) company slogan = foundation = 1936 location city = Smithfield, Virginia location country = USA location = United States, France, Poland, Romania,… …

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  • 5 premium — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 extra value/price ADJECTIVE ▪ hefty, high ▪ The company is charging a pretty hefty premium for access to their network. ▪ small ▪ additional …

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  • 6 premium offer — A special offer of a domestic product advertised on the package of some other product. The purchaser sends a set number of package tops or labels with a small cash payment to an address given and receives the domestic product by post. Premium… …

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  • 7 Premium Income — 1. In investing, income that is earned through the sale of an option. The writer of an option earns premium income; the buyer of the option pays the writer a premium in order to have the right (but not the obligation) to exercise the option at a… …

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  • 8 Product differentiation — In economics and marketing, product differentiation (also known simply as differentiation ) is the process of distinguishing a product or offering from others, to make it more attractive to a particular target market. This involves… …

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  • 9 Product sabotage — In marketing and retail, product sabotage is a practice used to encourage the customer to purchase a more profitable product or service as opposed to cheaper alternatives. It is also the practice where a company attempts to aim different prices… …

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  • 10 premium — /ˈprimiəm / (say preemeeuhm) noun 1. a prize to be won in a competition. 2. a bonus, gift, or sum additional to price, wages, interest, or the like. 3. a bonus, prize, or the like, offered as an inducement to buy a product. 4. the amount paid or… …

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  • 11 premium — I. noun Etymology: Latin praemium booty, profit, reward, from prae + emere to take, buy more at redeem Date: 1601 1. a. a reward or recompense for a particular act b. a sum over and above a regular price paid chiefly as an inducement or incentive …

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  • 12 premium — / pri:miəm/ noun 1. the amount added to a normal price or rate for a product or service 2. free gift offered to a prospective purchaser as an inducement to make a purchase ▪▪▪ ‘…greenmail, the practice of buying back stock at a premium from an… …

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  • 13 Premium business model — The premium business model is the business concept of offering high end product and services. Notable examples of this model in the auto industry are BMW and Mercedes Benz. By appealing to discriminating consumers, this business model seeks a… …

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  • 14 premium — 1. noun A regular payment of *money to pay for an insurance policy. A premium is a form of *consideration. 2. noun An amount added to a basic or established *cost or *price. Examples include (i) an excess paid over the *par value of *common stock …

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  • 15 premium pricing — / pri:miəm ˌpraɪsɪŋ/ noun giving products or services high prices either to give the impression that the product is worth more than it really is, or as a means of offering customers an extra service …

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  • 16 premium — 1. Fin the price a purchaser of an option pays to its writer 2. Fin the difference between the futures price and the cash price of an underlying asset 3. Fin the consideration for an insurance contract 4. Gen Mgt a higher price paid for a scarce… …

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  • 17 premium pricing — Mktg the deliberate setting of high prices for a product or service to emphasize its quality or exclusiveness. Also known as prestige pricing …

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  • 18 McDonald's Premium line — The Classic Grilled Chicken sandwich The McDonald s Premium line is a group of products introduced by McDonald s in the early 2000s. It includes the company s larger chicken sandwiches, its salad line, and its coffee products. The sandwiches are… …

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  • 19 Yield spread premium — The yield spread premium (YSP) is the cash rebate paid to a mortgage broker based on selling an interest rate above the wholesale par rate that the borrower qualifies for. For example, If a mortgage broker offers a borrower a loan of $100,000 at… …

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  • 20 Vista Home Premium — Windows Vista Entwickler Microsoft Version Build 6001 …

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