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OYO: Hotel association frenzy misplaced, will lead to price increase of up to 40%: Oyo | The Economic Times

OYO: Hotel association frenzy misplaced, will lead to price increase of up to 40%: Oyo | The Economic Times

“We are aware of the recommendations made by FHRAI, and believe that the same are misguided and misplaced, and based on incorrect allegations made by small groups of people (not necessarily by franchisees and lessors associated with Oyo Hotels) with vested interests. These demands are not aligned with the sentiment of the larger group of […]

‘Price to Beat’ Could Be a Game Changer for Business Travelers | NerdWallet

‘Price to Beat’ Could Be a Game Changer for Business Travelers | NerdWallet

If you’re a business traveler whose employer uses Rocketrip, and even if you’re not, take note: A new service that kicks back savings from travel bookings into employees’ pockets could soon change how you travel. The company, whose clients include Twitter, ServiceNow and Feld Entertainment, recently announced a new service called Price to Beat. Its […]

How Can Grocers Make Personalized Pricing Work? | Progressive Grocer

How Can Grocers Make Personalized Pricing Work? | Progressive Grocer

Just one generation ago, almost all groceries were sold in full-service traditional supermarkets; now such stores comprise less than half of the marketplace. Established industry retailers already pressured by long-standing competitors face another challenge as many of the non-traditional retailers now in the space are gaining competitive advantage and taking share by offering low prices. […]

Are budget airlines really charging families to sit with their own children? | NewStatesmanAmerica

Are budget airlines really charging families to sit with their own children? | NewStatesmanAmerica

Are algorithms trying to steal our children? That’s the question at the heart of the latest airline ticket pricing scandal. Are budget airlines trying to squeeze more money out of families by deliberately allocating them seats in separate parts of the plane, then forcing them to pay a fee so that children can be seated […]

300,000 Additional Hotels | 3. Improving the Pricing

300,000 Additional Hotels | 3. Improving the Pricing

Pricing at the Room Level So far, one of our core strategies has been to make sure that LockTrip offers lower prices at the overall hotel level. For any given hotel, our mission was it to be especially competitive at the lowest priced room of that particular hotel. This way we were able to demonstrate a […]

Airlines take you sky high – It’s All About . . . | Castanet

Airlines take you sky high – It’s All About . . . | Castanet

Do your own research when travelling. Those of you who do as much flying as I do you will be familiar with all the tricks the airlines use to get more money out of your pocket. Those of you who don’t believe that happens, search Google for information on a class action lawsuit launched against […]

The Promise of Personalization in Retail | One-Off Sound Off

The Promise of Personalization in Retail | One-Off Sound Off

Given the personalization trend, it is not surprising that customers are comfortable getting involved with product personalization. Purchasing a tailored made product, receiving it quickly, cheaply, and to the location of their choice with full visibility into the sustainability and compliance practices of each participant in the value chain is the epitome of a personalized […]

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 […]

UK government to probe how online retailers target shoppers with personalised pricing | The Drum

UK government to probe how online retailers target shoppers with personalised pricing | The Drum

The UK government is launching an inquiry into how online retailers use personal data to target consumers with individual prices for purchases like holidays, cars and household goods. The Competition and Market Authority (CMA) has commissioned research to explore just how widespread the practice of targeting consumers through personalised pricing and search results is. The […]

Government orders crackdown on online stores charging different prices to individual shoppers | The Sun

Government orders crackdown on online stores charging different prices to individual shoppers | The Sun

A CRACKDOWN is on the cards for online stores charging different prices to individual shoppers. Known as personalised or dynamic pricing, the practice sees prices linked to what the firms think customers will spend. The government will crackdown on online stores charging different prices to individual shoppers The decision is based on information including the […]