The Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic has been surprisingly disruptive in many areas of society. A significant impact has been made on cinemas and distributors, prompting large scale disagreements, a ban on specific films and threats to make sweeping changes in the industry through an increased use of Video on Demand. But how will the prospect of… Continue reading Cinemas vs VOD: a Disruptive Change after Coronavirus?
The question we are addressing in this article is: Did the companies that have included sustainability and corporate responsibility in their strategies, acted fair und provided help during Corona (COVID-19). We are looking at the strategies of the companies and are providing examples of actions implemented in certain industries. Did they act responsibly or did… Continue reading Sustainability and COVID-19: A disconnect?
This article describes how market prices could be used to set the right incentive to achieve long term growth (via long-term pricing). These days – in general – you need to have market power to be profitable. Market power means you need to a have a significant market share or monopolist position. In this position… Continue reading Long-term pricing for products and services
Financial services quickly embraced new technology because its use in generating value was readily apparent to investors and customers. Gathering information in real-time and timing transactions based on the steady flow of information helps financial industry players and customers at same time. A big industry: AI for Insurers and Lawyers. Impact for Insurers The insurance… Continue reading AI-Impact for Insurers and Lawyers
Pricing services is often arcane, taking into account many factors beyond simple supply and demand. As our world becomes more complicated and connected, it’s likely that mobility and event-based Pricing will increase and become more complicated. We’re already familiar with the basics of this. It costs more to ride a subway train during rush hour… Continue reading Mobility and Event-Based Pricing