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The Impact of Product Price Changes on the Turnover of Small and Medium Enterprises in Nigeria

  • Imoleayo Foyeke Obigbemi

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    (Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State, Nigeria)

Pricing decision has been a crucial decision made by all business enterprises at all levels and has posed a great challenge for Small and Medium Enterprises in Nigeria. This research work treats the impact of change in price on the sales turnover of organizations, a study of SMEs in Nigeria. The methodology adopted was the survey and empirical approach, with the administration of questionnaires to some SMEs in Nigeria, evaluating the effect change in product price has on turnover. Primary and secondary sources were used to in collecting data. It was discovered that there is a relationship between change in cost of sales and turnover. Recommendations were made for the close monitoring of SMEs and that SMEs should employ the service of price experts when making pricing decisions.

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Volume (Year): 1 (2010)
Issue (Month): 1 (September)
Pages: 60-79

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