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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.              

Optimize Lifecycle Pricing with Willingness-to-pay Insights | PriceBeam

Optimize Lifecycle Pricing with Willingness-to-pay Insights | PriceBeam

Willingness-to-Pay evolves over time Most products and services experience a development in willingness-to-pay (WtP) over time. For some products, illustrated by the chart on the left, WtP declines, as customers consider it less valuable. This can be the case for perishable goods, but also many technology products, where there is a novelty factor, or where […]

The CMA’s Paper on Pricing Algorithms, Collusion and Personalised Pricing |  The National Law Review

The CMA’s Paper on Pricing Algorithms, Collusion and Personalised Pricing | The National Law Review

On 8 October 2018, the UK Competition and Markets Authority (“CMA”) published a Working Paper on the ‘use of pricing algorithms to facilitate collusion and personalized pricing’ (the “Paper”). It follows a number of other initiatives from competition authorities regarding algorithms, including the recent German Monopolies Commission’s proposals regarding pricing algorithms, which was the subject […]

Congestion Pricing Would Cut Weekly Express Bus Commute Times By Hours: Report | Streetsblog NYC

Congestion Pricing Would Cut Weekly Express Bus Commute Times By Hours: Report | Streetsblog NYC

Money is time. The proposed congestion pricing plan to create $1.5 billion in new funding for the MTA would also have the side benefit of saving express bus commuters up to two hours per week on their horrendously long commutes, a new report by the Riders Alliance reveals. All commutes on MTA express buses would […]

Will legal industry professionals be forced to make prices clear and accessible? | Title Research

Will legal industry professionals be forced to make prices clear and accessible? | Title Research

Transparent pricing within the legal sector has been a popular topic of conversation for some time now and the latest news reveals that legal professionals could be forced to make prices easier to understand and more accessible. It has been revealed that the Legal Services Board (LSB) has approved the Solicitors Regulation Authority’s (SRA) new […]

Report highlights significant variation in healthcare costs | Augusta Free Press

Report highlights significant variation in healthcare costs | Augusta Free Press

Unlike insurers and employers, those without health insurance have very little information to help to negotiate costs.  On VHI’s website, consumers can gain leverage by using the average amount health insurance companies approve.  “With the release of the 2016 Healthcare Pricing Transparency report, VHI continues to serve as an unbiased resource for consumers trying to […]

How good is your pricing strategy and how well does your sales team apply it? | Aggregate Research

How good is your pricing strategy and how well does your sales team apply it? | Aggregate Research

In this, the second in our series of “ARI Management Masterclass” features, we are taking a look at pricing strategies. Between now and the end of the year, we are going to present you with a carefully selected group of in-depth features looking at the “Six Deadly Sins” that many aggregates businesses commit every day. […]

Hotel and Air Prices to Rise Sharply in 2019, Per GBTA/CWT Research: Meetings & Conventions

Hotel and Air Prices to Rise Sharply in 2019, Per GBTA/CWT Research: Meetings & Conventions

Travelers can expect steep increases in prices in 2019, with hotel room rates rising by 3.7 percent and the cost of air tickets climbing by 2.6 percent, according to the fifth annual Global Travel Forecast, published today by the Global Business Travel Association and Carlson Wagonlit Travel with the support of the Carlson Family Foundation. The report […]

Is Pricing Killing Your Profits? | Bain & Company

Is Pricing Killing Your Profits? | Bain & Company

Poor pricing practices are insidious—they damage a company’s economics but can go unnoticed for years. For example, a major industrial goods manufacturer struggled with low profit margins, relative both to competitors and its own historical performance. It traced much of the cause to a mismatch between its sales incentives and pricing strategy. The manufacturer was […]

Trump Promises Lower Drug Prices, but Drops Populist Solutions | The New York Times

Trump Promises Lower Drug Prices, but Drops Populist Solutions | The New York Times

WASHINGTON — President Trump vowed on Friday to “bring soaring drug prices back down to earth” by promoting competition among pharmaceutical companies, and he suggested that the government could require drugmakers to disclose prices in their ubiquitous television advertising. But he dropped the popular and populist proposals of his presidential campaign, opting not to have […]