Lifetime Customer Value (LTV)

Lifetime Customer Value (LTV) refers to the net revenue a company can predict will result from a particular customer relationship over the course of their lifetime.

In other words...

Comparing the cost of that cold press juicer to the number of single-serve juices you currently purchase from the market on the corner.

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