Rules and Tips for Price Negotiations

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Mohammad Hamdan
Russian Federation
Whether you are an owner of an investment project or a manager, an employee or an executive director, you will find yourself in many situations as a seller or buyer. How can you, as a buyer, get the lowest possible price? And how can you, as a seller, get the highest possible price? Below you can review the most important rules that should be followed at the stage of negotiating prices to close the deal and get the best possible price for you and your company, whether you are a buyer or seller. A) Rules for the BUYER to reach a LOW price: DO YOUR HOMEWORK Make sure that you carry in your negotiating bag the necessary information that will give you leadership in the negotiations and control of prices. Be sure to know the cost price of the seller, competitors' prices, the existence of a deadline for the seller to sell the goods/products, knowing the seller's goal of selling: is it with the aim of making a profit or with the aim of getting rid of the product? If you have such inf (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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