Resources tagged with "dynamic pricing"
Tim Baker analyses the findings from the ground-breaking research conducted by ArtsProfessional in partnership with Baker Richards, which gathered the views of the sector on whether – and how – arts organisations are balancing competing objectives.By Tim BakerPublished:2019 Type: research
The dynamic pricing innovator Sean Kelly, founder of Vatic (dynamic pricing for performing arts and ticketed venues) takes us through his top 10 tips to make your pricing targets work effectively.By Sean KellyPublished:2019 Type: article
The Santa Fe Opera is an international summer festival with an outdoor venue capacity of slightly over 2,200. This case study explains how initial data analysis by The Pricing Institute confirmed a slight but steady decline in the Opera's capacity and revenue over a series of seasons. You'll find details about how the opera responded to this decline by implementing a successful dynamic pricing strategy. They created an empowered staff team who were able to make changes, meet each week to review pricing opportunities and evaluate the impact of past changes.Published:2013 Type: case-study
This case study explains how The Place - a centre for contemporary dance in the middle of London - introduced a new pricing system for all their performances in 2001. After fifteen months closed for refurbishment, the theatre re-opened with five new main prices, all with different booking conditions. The strategy described in this case study proved very effective with ticket yield increasing by 14%, ticket sales by 28% and net income by 44%.Published:2013 Type: case-study
This case study presents how the Chicago Symphony Orchestra used a sophisticated pricing strategy to reverse a decade of decline in sales. The author describes how a radical change in the orchestra's business practices - such as introducing innovative programming, customer service as well as dynamic pricing - helped to increase audiences and subsequently sales revenue.Published:2013 Type: case-study