About Us

Pricing Strategies. Andrew Gregson is Canada’s leading Speaker on Pricing Strategy for Business. Andrew believes passionately that pricing is the final frontier  in generating profit ad that all businesses in all sectors can improve their bottom line by understanding pricing.

Andrew Gregson is an economist, columnist, author and Senior Partner with Intent Financial Inc. of Kelowna – a company specialising in financing and profit generation.

Andrew Gregson’s book “Pricing Strategies for Small Businesses” (published by Self Counsel Press in  2008) is based on experience working with an international business consultancy. The book is available in Canada, US, Europe, India and Russia.

Andrew has been a regular columnist on Castanet “Common Sense Business Solutions” since 2013. The articles apply business, marketing and pricing theory to the needs of small business everywhere.

Andrew has contributed to trade journals, “Spark” on CBC National Radio and has been a guest speaker at business networking groups, colleges, universities on his topics of expertise – pricing, exit plans and debt. Andrew is also a frequent contributor to blogs and online postings for business help.

Andrew is a graduate of Simon Fraser University, the University of Western Ontario and the London School of Economics.

Contact  Andrew today to book a business speaker for your convention, conference or workshops.

Andrew D. Gregson B.A., M.A. M.Sc.(Econ)
101-1735 Dolphin Ave.
Kelowna, BC, Canada V1Y 8A6
cell: (250) 859-0752


One thought on “About Us

  1. Hi Andrew,
    Thanks for the call today. It was reassuring to speak with you and to know that we may still be able to continue working with floodlight!
    Good luck with your meeting with Angie next week, I will keep my fingers
    By the way, like your pic!!

    We’lll talk soon.


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