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Building Brands That Last: Unearthing Emotional Worth & Customer Perception
AIA CES program ID: GMG.0021
Approved LUs: .25 LU|Elective
Program level: Entry
Advance learner preparation: None
Welcome to the Build Your Brand podcast, hosted by Jeff Echols. In this episode, we examine the concept of value versus price and how it influences customer perceptions. Jeff shares a personal anecdote about baseball cards and the emotional value attached to them, illustrating how nostalgia and personal experiences can impact the perceived worth of a product or service. Drawing parallels to Southwest Airlines, a renowned brand, we learn how they've focused on delivering value to customers, rather than simply competing on price. By understanding what customers truly value and making strategic business decisions, Southwest has achieved profitability and sustained success in the airline industry. Tune in to gain insights into the importance of empathy, customer-centricity, and evolving your business model to align with customer needs. Discover how you can differentiate your brand and build long-term success by providing genuine value.
- Understand the concept of value versus price and the importance of customer perception in determining value.
- Analyze the impact of emotional components in customer valuation.
- Identify the drawbacks of competing solely on price and the challenges associated with that business model, considering factors such as profitability, scale, efficiency, and differentiation.
- Evaluate the importance of understanding customer needs and preferences.
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