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Ibbaka Joins 2019 Ready to Rocket List

Ibbaka Joins 2019 Ready to Rocket List

Ibbaka has been selected for the 2019 Ready to Rocket list. Curated by Rocket Builders, the Ready to Rocket list identifies the companies in British Columbia expected to have the highest growth and most impact on the innovation economy. Ibbaka looks forward to contributing to the success of the other companies on the list.

Value Surveys for Pricing Excellence

Value Surveys for Pricing Excellence

At Ibbaka, we begin our pricing work by understanding the value of your product or service from the perspective of your customer. Our approach is to research, validate and quantify the economic (monetary) and emotional value your offer creates for the market with customers and non-customers. By understanding your differentiation relative to the customer’s next best competitive alternative, we can design a pricing model built that communicates and even amplifies your differentiation.

How Ibbaka can help you in 2019

How Ibbaka can help you in 2019

Ibbaka is here to help you drive growth by getting focussing in on the market segments where you create the most value. We help you design pricing that reinforces your value and differentiation. The results is you can capture more value and keep the lifetime value of the customer (LTV) and value to the customer V2C) in balance.

Pricing in 2019 - Where to find leverage

Pricing in 2019 - Where to find leverage

What should should you be doing in 2019 to build and activate pricing as a driver of business growth? A combination of new capabilities, market research and decisive action is needed. The outcome can be greatly improved performance.

Primary research for B2B pricing

Primary research for B2B pricing

Primary research for B2B pricing requires a focus on how the offer creates value for different types of prospective customer and how the customers buy. It is important to combine surveys with interviews and to avoid confirmation bias. Direct questions about willingness to pay (WTP) give misleading results.

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