Pricing Model for US Customers

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Pricing Model for US Customers
Robert Shapiro, Coach, United States

I think it would help your subscription membership if you would offer a one year premium membership for $99 US. Secondly, seeing the prices for membership in euros, rather then US dollars, give you the impression that your site does not apply to users in North America. How difficult would it be to have a mobile and regular site for US customers, and a separate site for those in the European Union? Last year, the price you had for those In the European Union was 99 Euros, which is an example of an aggressive pricing model, but when US customers use the currency translatorand get a price that does not seem like a bargain.

Pricing for US Customers
Jaap de Jonge, Editor, Netherlands
Hi Robert, thanks for your questions. Indeed we have chosen the EURO as our base currency for all premium memberships. But we are showing converted/translated prices for other currencies too!
You'll see a small information (i) icon besides all of our offerings. There you find prices in USD and other main currencies.
We consider any premium membership a bargain if you compare our humble prices with a traditional business education such as an MBA ☺.



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