Type
Word Search
Description

price
skimming
marketpricing
penetrationpricing
differentiated
dual
worldwide
quality
priceescalation
pricesquotedex-works
undercarriagepaid
deliveredatterminal
deliveredatplace
delivereddutypaid
Freealongsideship
Freeonboard
undercostandfreight
cashadvance
letterofcredit
consignment
billofexchange
openaccount
exchangecontrols
statementslocalcurrency
distortedresults
auditedreports
creditreports
financialreports

Unit 9: Pricing Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

markup pricing
bait and switch pricing
break even point
competitive pricing
cost plus pricing
flexible price policy
loss leader pricing
minimum price laws
one price policy
penetration pricing
prestige pricing
price
price discrimination
price fixing
price matching
psychological pricing
quantity discounts
return on investment
skimming pricing
unit pricing

Marketing mix Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

label
Target Customer
Product samples
Product placement
Discount pricing
Promotional pricing
Bundle pricing
Prestige pricing
Psychological Pricing
Competition-based pricing
Demand-based pricing
Cost-based pricing
Supply and demand
Market share
distribution strategy
package
customer profile
B2C
B2B
Exclusive Distribution
Skimming Pricing
Sales Promotion
Public Relations
Personal Selling
Penetration Pricing
Demographic Segmentation
brand
marketingmix
promotion
product
price
place

Marketing Mix Word Scramble

Type
Word Scramble
Description

Product
Price
Promotion
Place
Skimming
Penetration
competitor-based
price and demand
product life cycle
introduction
growth
maturity
saturation
decline
extension strategy
advertising
promotion
sponsorship
public relations
channel of distribution

Business studies Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

outsourcing outsourcing
franchising franchising
licensing licensing
portfolioinvestment portfolioinvestment
contractmanufacturing contractmanufacturing
foreigninvestment foreigninvestment
invisibletrade invisibletrade
proformainvoice proformainvoice
shippingbill shippingbill
letterofcredit letterofcredit

marketing Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

the value of money price
business away from its compeition gaing market share
percentage of total shares market share
a caculation return on investment
set prices based on cost cost based pricing
what consumers are willing to pay demand based pricing
prices set based on what competitors charge competition based pricing
customers charged the same price one price policy
customers pay differtent prices flexible price policy
sets very high price skimming pricing
opposite of skimmimg penetration pricing
pyschological pricing create an allusion
odd and even numbers odd/even pricing
set higher than average prices prestige pricing
suggest a bargain multi unit pricing
products in a package bundle pricing
used in conjuction promotional pricing
offering reductions discount pricing

CLIMATE CHANGE Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The average weather for a region over a long time period climate
Water _____ vapor
A change in the quality of the environment that can adversely affect the heaalth of humans or other living organisms pollution
The ___ Layer has holes in it due to global warming ozone
___ ___ is another name for global warming climatechange
_____ energy: direct radiant energy from the sun solar
_____ dioxide is what we exhale carbon
Process that occurs in living green plants where carbon dioxide is converted to oxygen photosynthesis
The mixture of gases surrounding the earth atmosphere
_____ warming global
_____ fuels fossil
Planet _____ is heating up because of global warming earth
You can _____ a plastic bottle recycle
_____ gases can cause global warming greenhouse

PRICING Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

_____ pricing is purposely selling a product below cost to attract customers. LOSSLEADER
____ demand is when a change in price does not create a change in demand. INELASTIC
____ pricing is lowering your price for a sale then returning the price to normal. Most temporary pricing. PROMOTIONAL
_____ pricing is when you determine a percentage increase to add to cost. MARKUP
_____ pricing is setting your initial price low to attract as many customers as possible. PENETRATION
10 for $10 is an example of ____ pricing. MULTIPLEUNIT
Value of money placed on good or service PRICE
_____ oriented pricing is when you determine what customers are willing to pay. Customers pay different price for the same product. DEMAND
____ discounts offer price reductions outside of the customary buying season. SEASONAL
______ = operating expenses divided by gross profit per unit BREAKEVEN
_____ demand is when a change in price creates a change in demand. ELASTIC
____ pricing is setting your price initially high when introducing the product to capitalize on demand. SKIMMING
_____ price policy is when customers can negotiate price. FLEXIBLE
____ pricing is selling several complimentary products at one price. BUNDLE
The formula for ROI is ______ divided by investment. PROFIT
____ pricing is giving the product a real high price as a sign of status. PRESTIGE
____ oriented pricing is where price has no relation to cost or demand but you just price in line with competitors. COMPETITION
ROI is always expressed as a _____. PERCENTAGE
Offering products in a category at certain prices. Low-medium-high. PRICELINING
____ discounts provide incentives to buy more. QUANTITY
____ pricing gives your product a bargain image. Customers relate to the first number more. ODD
____ pricing gives it an image of better quality. EVEN
Price helps establish competitive edge, profits, and what? IMAGE

MARKETING IN AGRICULTURE - UNIT 34 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

the quantity of a product that is available to buyers at a given time supply
the amount of a product wanted at a specific time and price demand
categories of information about preferences of consumers or potential consumers consumer demographics
advertising that focuses on the product itself product advertising
advertising designed to create a favorable image of the firm or institution institutional advertising
a strategy designed to make a price seem lower or less significant. psychological pricing
a strategy where price is set below that of competitors penetration pricing
setting the price of a new product for unusually high profits at first, when affluent and willing customers are available skimming
commodity offered for sale at prices below the cost level loss-leader pricing
pricing to buyers with special desires for quality, fashion, or image prestige pricing
the selling of a product directly to consumers. retail marketing
people who use a product consumers
people who handle an agricultural product between the farm and the consumer middlemen
the marketing of a product through a middleman wholesale marketing
a stockyard that acts as a place to hold animals until they are sold to another party terminal market
a fee for caring for animals until they are sold yardage fee
fee for selling a product commission
markets where products are sold by public bidding auction markets
person who conducts the sales at auction markets auctioneer
use of online videos of livestock offered for sale at a distant location online video merchandising
refers to the selling of animals directly to processors by the producer direct sales
groups of producers who join together to market a commodity and/or to purchase supplies cooperatives
occurs when several steps in the production, marketing, and processing of animals are joined together vertical integration
organization licensed to manage the buying and the selling of commodities commodity exchange
legal framework for sellers and buyers to buy and sell futures contracts futures market
initial step in the futures market opening a position

International Marketing Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The set of tangible factors that the consumer can see or touch PRODUCT
The process of planning and executing the 4 P's of a good. Marketing
it directly affects the size of the revenues earned by a firm Pricing
Another word used for Place in the last stage of marketing mix distribution
How many market strategies are there four
The 4 P's of marketing is also known as Marketing ________ Mix
most commonly used strategy where pricing is on a market-by-market basis market pricing
encompassess all efforts of an international firm to enhance desirability of its prducts amoung buyers Promotion
the communication channel used by the advertiser to convey a message medium
the facts or impressions the advertiser wants to convey to potential customers message
a market that results when products are imported into a country legally but outside the normal channels of distrubution gray market
the strategy targeting specific types of products for certain customer groups or regions Focus
The 4 P's of Internatinal Marketing is also called Product ____________ Policy

Credit Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

bankruptcy
credit bureaus
credit report
credit rating
credit history
capital collateral
capacity
character
down payment
collateral
capital
loans
schumer box
balance transfer fee
cash advance fee
pay by phone fee
access check fee
over the limit fee
late fee
annual fee
annual percentage rate
finance charge
grace period
due date
minimum payment
service credit
open end credit
closed end credit
line of credit
principal
creditor
credit