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Business Strategy Review

Pricing almost eight million tickets for the 2012 London Olympic Games was a hugely complex challenge. How could those in charge of the Olympics, billed as ‘Everybody’s Games’, juggle the clashing objectives of the event’s many stakeholders? Marco Bertini spoke with Stuart Crainer about the challenge of Olympic ticketing and what it reveals about setting the price of all goods in the future, especially given today’s savvy consumers and the new technologies that are changing the way business is done.