Top 30 Pricing Quotes

Words matter. These are the best Pricing Quotes from famous people such as Kenneth Fisher, Jon Oringer, Heather Bresch, Mike Braun, Carroll Shelby, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.

Investors covet past improvements but also always belie

Investors covet past improvements but also always believe pricing unimaginable future creativity and efficiency gains is Pollyannaish. And they’re always wrong. Bet on it.
Kenneth Fisher
As I saw more and more people buying the images that were happy buyers, and people selling the images that were happy with how the market was pricing them, I started to get the sense this could be the go-to place for businesses to get the images they need.
Jon Oringer
The pharma pricing system was not built on the idea of consumer engagement. It was built… on market efficiencies. It was not built on the premise of consumerism.
Heather Bresch
I’m offering solutions to address rising healthcare prices by adding transparency to our drug pricing, clearing the backlog on pending drug applications at the FDA, and providing oversight and accountability within the healthcare industry.
Mike Braun
Racing has reached the point where it is pricing the young driver, no matter his talent, out of the game.
Carroll Shelby
Because Genentech is a leading developer of cancer therapies, some doctors also fear that the company’s pricing plans for Avastin – around $8,800 a month – may encourage other companies to charge more for their own oncology drugs.
Alex Berenson
Wine pricing is an art – like painting.
Joe Bastianich
As much as I’d love to give everybody a really cheap option, it’s just simply not possible in certain sorts of extreme events… I guarantee that our strategy on surge pricing is the optimal way to get as many people home as possible.
Travis Kalanick
I don’t think we can go back to the old days. But I think that what the government needs to do is it needs to make sure that the pricing is fair, that you don’t have monopolies out there, so that people don’t have a chance to compete fairly.
Dan Glickman
If we look at pricing holistically, we’ll create a more solid business.
Jochen Zeitz
To ensure fair competition, there must be effective controls on currency manipulation, and monopoly pricing needs to be outlawed on such items as intellectual property, especially pharmaceuticals.
Danny K. Davis
I’d much rather be worrying about playing that note in tune, and picking out the best way to arrange the song, rather than thinking about pricing for the download. It’s not art.
Trent Reznor
In flush times, a rising tide of consumption can compensate for less than optimal branding, positioning, pricing or segmentation.
John Quelch
Designer pricing should hurt, but it shouldn’t kill you. You wince when you hand over your AmEx, but once you get it home, you never regret it. You divide it by how many days you’re using it, and suddenly it becomes affordable.
Michael Bastian
It’s much easier for non-Indian companies to raise capital because they have profitable markets elsewhere. You might call it capital dumping, predatory pricing, or anti-WTO, but it’s a very unfair playing field for Indian startups.
Bhavish Aggarwal
We are market based and have to differentiate our product in many ways; pricing isn’t the only one.
Oscar Munoz
Pricing water delivery closer to its real costs is a necessary step to improving use efficiency.
Norman Borlaug
The global financial crisis – missed by most analysts – shows that most forecasters are poor at pricing in economic/financial risks, let alone geopolitical ones.
Nouriel Roubini
A comprehensive national energy policy is critical to our nation’s economy and our national security. Energy expenditures account for about 7% percent of our total economy and influence pricing in the much of the rest of the economy.
Heather Wilson
Uber has an information advantage, a computational advantage. There’s massive structural advantages to the player who’s smartest about how to deploy cars, where to deploy cars, how to adjust pricing dynamics, how to ensure supply of drivers – the party that understands best the behavior of riders.
Chris Sacca
If the world is to avoid a collision with nature – one that humanity surely cannot win – we must act boldly on every front, particularly with respect to carbon pricing and the coherence of our economic and energy policies.
Jose Angel Gurria
I am pleased with the response of investors towards Philips Lighting and the successful pricing of the I.P.O. This strategic milestone will allow Royal Philips to focus on the fast-growing health technology market.
Frans van Houten
The whole action around a carbon pricing mechanism, or carbon tax, is what you do with the money. Both France and Washington state proposed solving climate on the backs of workers. And that’s a bad strategy.
John Delaney
Historically marginalized populations have already had less access to wealth and credit building opportunities, and the continued use of credit histories to set auto insurance pricing compounds racial discrimination and exacerbates wealth inequality.
Rashida Tlaib
In South Jersey, as in many places around the country, we only have one cable company to choose from so there is no competition and therefore no incentive for good service, programming or competitive pricing.
Jeff Van Drew
When the government gets involved in pricing, I don’t think it’s the right way to look at a business.
Jamie Dimon
President-elect Trump is inheriting a relatively strong economy, and markets are pricing in faster growth under his watch.
Anthony Scaramucci
Nice clothes fall apart. Nice clocks don’t work. Bits fall off the nice cooker. It is hard to accept that pricing is unrelated to quality, but it’s plainly true. Nowadays, we pay the price that satisfies our particular personality type; and then we live with the painful consequences.
Lynne Truss
At its core, all authentic growth depends on more customers wanting more of what your company offers. Any other drivers – pricing gimmicks, heroic marketing efforts, forced acquisitions – are ultimately destructive.
Patrick Lencioni
An awful lot of food is thrown away. This you can call a spillover. It doesn’t sort of enter into our economic system because it’s a consequence of running things in a highly competitive way: the free market, global pricing and so on.
John Sulston