What’s your law firm’s approach to discounting?
As far as I’m aware, Apple has never allowed retailers to discount (or have any other say in) its products pricing.
As far as I have understood it, Apple’s rational for this because it has always insisted that it – and it alone – has complete control over its pricing.
Why is this important?
In short, because while you will see retailers heavily discounting every other computer software and hardware manufacturers’ products during this year’s EOFY (lockdown) sales, no such offer is made on Apple products.
You don’t see red ink on Apple product price tags.
So what can law firms learn from this approach?
- Always understand the value you provide to your clients
- Never underestimate your worth
- Always retain control over your pricing