How to stop selling your company short

03/30/2011 | MIT Entrepreneurship Review

Many companies set too low a price for their products and services, writes Jim Schuchart. To avoid making that mistake, use competitors' services as your baseline and then find ways to quantify the additional value that your company's products and services have for your clients.

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