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MAP Monitoring

What Your Minimum Advertised Price (MAP) Policy Can’t Do

By: Andrew Schydlowsky (TrackStreet) January 16, 2019

So, you’ve drafted and published a minimum advertised price (MAP) policy. That’s great news. Your company just took an..

How to Respond to Complaints from Resellers Who Catch Violations of Your Pricing Policy

By: Andrew Schydlowsky (TrackStreet) January 22, 2018

If one of your reputable resellers spots another retailer openly violating your pricing policy — whether your company has a ..

Going After a MAP Violator? Watch Out for These Legal Pitfalls

By: Andrew Schydlowsky (TrackStreet) January 17, 2018

You’ve got a MAP violator. Someone on your team just caught a retailer advertising one of your products online at far below..

Understanding How Map Monitoring Works

By: Andrew Schydlowsky (TrackStreet) October 30, 2017

Now that you’ve drafted and published your minimum advertised price (MAP) policy — ideally with the help of antitrust..

MAP Monitoring: The Most Important Reason That You’ve Probably Overlooked

By: Andrew Schydlowsky (TrackStreet) October 30, 2017

When you think of MAP monitoring — setting up a process for tracking how your resellers are advertising and selling your..

3 Reasons Manual In-House MAP Monitoring Will Fail You

By: Andrew Schydlowsky (TrackStreet) October 19, 2017

Let’s start with something completely uncontroversial: If you’re a manufacturer or brand owner selling your products through a..

4 Things To Keep In Mind With Your MAP Monitoring Strategy

By: Andrew Schydlowsky (TrackStreet) September 28, 2017

So, you’ve drafted and publicized a minimum advertised price (MAP) policy for your resale channel. Smart move. But as you..

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