We are delighted to co-host this Future of Pricing event, presented by Stuart Dodds, Principal at Positive Pricing which will take place on the 27th January at 12.30 - 1.30pm. To confirm your attendance, please register.
The event will be of interest to individuals involved in commercial pricing discussions within their firm, to include senior business development professionals, legal project managers and pricing specialists within professional services. As we leave the huge challenges of 2020 and hope for a better year for business in 2021, the right approach to pricing will play a pivotal role in positioning firms for renewed growth.
Stuart Dodds, is one of the first and longest serving pricing and legal project management directors in the legal industry. Before setting up Positive Pricing, he was Baker McKenzie's Director of Global Pricing and Legal Project Management providing targeted pricing, negotiation and project management support to partners and client facing colleagues across their 77 offices worldwide. Now he provides pricing and legal project management strategy and implementation advice to the world's leading professional service firms.
Stuart will be joined by Totum's Rebecca Ellis who recruits senior marketing & BD professionals. Together they will guide attendees through the latest thinking and methods for bringing together pricing, M&BD and LPM expertise to secure better business.
This event explores the many ways in which pricing transforms business, including:
- What lasting impacts will the pandemic have on pricing in the professions?
- Given broader industry changes, how should firms adapt their pricing?
- How are firms using pricing innovations to create competitive advantage?
- What should your firm do next?
There will be plenty of time for questions too.
We hope you can join us.
Please RSVP to confirm your attendance. We will be in touch nearer the time to send you details for joining the webinar, including the virtual meeting link. We look forward to seeing you on the 27th January at 12.30-1.30pm.