Is your pricing strategy cutting it?

The Federal Reserve on Wednesday announced another interest rate hike—albeit its smallest since last March—as it pushes to rein in prices. In the meantime, companies are still grappling with if and how they should adjust their pricing to offset continued inflation without jeopardizing future revenues. Re-pricing is necessary to sustain margins in a period of rising costs, write partner Alex Abdelnour and senior partner Emily Reasor. And when done the right way, recovering your cost of inflation on a case-by-case basis can even strengthen relationships and overall margins. Explore these insights to understand why your company should take nuanced approaches to pricing in today’s inflationary environment.

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