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Latest Pricing Insights

Using Price Research to Estimate the Impact of Trade Tariffs

Posted by PriceBeam on August 3, 2018

Tariffs and trade wars are in the media almost every day at the moment. Many industries find themselves caught in an environment where they may be facing tariffs, from steel production over jeans, whisky, auto-motive, to even indirect products such as the costs impacts for Coca Cola of tariffs on the raw materials for their soda cans.

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Topics: globalization, international prices, pricing research

Are Your Prices Ready for Global Tariff War?

Posted by PriceBeam on June 21, 2018

 

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Topics: willingness to pay, price increase, international prices

Differences in International Willingness-to-Pay: Why Local Insights Matter

Posted by PriceBeam on June 11, 2018
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Topics: willingness to pay, price research, international prices

6 Ways to Improve International Market Launches Through Pricing

Posted by PriceBeam on January 29, 2018

Barriers to entry and the difficulty of doing business abroad have reduced considerably over the last two decades, thanks to technologies such as the Internet. This means it is much easier to do business around the globe but also that brand and product communication is increasingly global. Customers or consumers in Germany can now see product features, prices and discounts offered in USA or Singapore, and may create bad publicity if they feel that what they pay for locally is not of the same value. International prices are also considerably more transparent than ever before. On the other hand, both willingness-to-pay and actual prices do differ considerably around the globe, be it of similar of even identical products. What an Indian or Brazilian customer is willing to pay for Product A may not be the same. Or, a German customer may value Feature B over Feature A whereas the Canadian or Danish customer really only cares about Feature B and maybe Feature C that is not even available in Germany.

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Topics: Pricing, willingness to pay, new product pricing, globalization, price research, price communication, international prices