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Webinar: Successful Price Increases using Market Insights | PriceBeam

Webinar: Successful Price Increases using Market Insights | PriceBeam

Digitalization is everywhere of course. But whereas some industries are 100% digital from birth, others are still transforming from traditional consumer or industrial products to more of a digital service industry. Regardless of where your industry and company is on the digitalization path, pricing practices are severely impacted. Digitalization means increased transparency, more information,  as well […]

International Price Differences: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly | PriceBeam

International Price Differences: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly | PriceBeam

Prices should differ across different countries, but companies must not only reap the benefits (The Good) but also manage the costs (The Bad) and avoid the pitfalls (The Ugly) Prices are almost never the same in international markets. They vary due to taxes, cost structures, local market needs, currency exchange rates, tariffs, differences in competitive situations […]

Anchor Pricing | PriceBeam

Anchor Pricing | PriceBeam

Anchor Pricing is the concept of making a product that was first offered seem cheaper when it put alongside another product. An example of this would be initially offering a customer a product that costs 300 GBP but then showing and comparing a more expensive alternative, say 450 GBP to that customer. That first product […]

Pricer’s Points: Pricing Talk on LinkedIn

Pricer’s Points: Pricing Talk on LinkedIn

Keep up with the latest pricing news, events, and other resources via LinkedIn here. Find upcoming pricing training events here. The following are a few of our favorite recent pricing shares and discussions on LinkedIn.              

The SeaChange in Pricing Research…. | Medium

The SeaChange in Pricing Research…. | Medium

Few decisions impact the bottom line of a product or service more than those involving price. Price too low and a company could be leaving significant sums on the table and risk forever scarring their brand reputation according to the popular axiom that “Price Connotes Quality”. Price too high and be prepared to revise your […]

Anchoring should be a mainstay of pricing research | Research Live

Anchoring should be a mainstay of pricing research | Research Live

Understanding the core principles of anchoring can not only shed light on how consumers perceive price, but aid researchers in conducting pricing research, says Shamvir Singh. A core part of behavioural economics is the ‘anchoring principle’. Anchoring occurs when consumers use an initial piece of information to make subsequent judgments. Once an anchor is set, other […]

Pricer’s Points: Pricing market research is not always about the price | Bryan Belanger

Pricer’s Points: Pricing market research is not always about the price | Bryan Belanger

What we’ve found over the years doing this work is that pricing in the ICT space is often more art than science, and that customer anecdotes about pricing are often as valuable and instructive to pricing strategy as the market pricing data sets produced. Our approach to pricing research is rooted in interviews with representatives […]

Pricer’s Points: Pricing research – when to use it and how to improve it | Nicola Warrington

Pricer’s Points: Pricing research – when to use it and how to improve it | Nicola Warrington

There was an interesting article last week in Research Live about the gamification of pricing research arguing that traditional approaches need to be more engaging in order to improve data quality, limit respondent bias and reduce the rationalisation of responses. Improving traditional approaches and respondent engagement can only be a good thing but the underlying […]

Training: The Psychology of Pricing (Tutorial) | Tuts+

Training: The Psychology of Pricing (Tutorial) | Tuts+

Do you want to know how to price your products more effectively? Choosing the right price is a common problem for business owners, particularly in new or rapidly-changing fields, where prices are not set in stone. A popular approach is just to copy or try to undercut your competitors, but there are smarter ways. Academics […]