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# BCG case 1

pricing strategy
New answer on Jul 08, 2019
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I had an example with an electricity supplier to identify pricing strategy. I had two types of consumers, small and large, and the following example given:

1. small consumer - cost per 1mwat/hour - 1.3 EUR, large customer cost per 1mwhat/hour - 0.1 EUR

2. total fixed cost - 1 Million EUR

3. Total electricity consumption- 10 million

Question is, what pricing strategy?

It is definitely clear that larger there should be two pricing for each customer group. But I am not sure how fixed cost affect pricing in this example?

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Hi,

You can calculate the breakeven price for each group customer that will cover fixed costs. But the number you are missing is the number of customers or at least % split

Best!

Hi Vlad, thanks a lot for your reply. as Break Even Sales Price = (Total Fixed Costs/Production Volume ) + Variable Cost per Unit, in this case fixed cost/unit = 10 EUR, does it mean that price for each group of customer will be 10+1.3=11.3 and 10+0.1=10.1 EUR? saying that there is not customer split or total number provided? bullet #1 in this case was give as "example of variable costs for two customer groups"..

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