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Professional Pricing Society Explores New Role of Pricers as Change Agents and Leaders at 24th Annual Spring Conference
Date:3/21/2013

Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) March 21, 2013

The Professional Pricing Society (Pricing Society), supporting pricing education and training in 75 countries, is hosting its 24th Annual Spring Pricing Workshops & Conference from April 30, 2013 to May 3, 2013 in San Francisco at The Palace Hotel. The conference features hands-on workshops and high-level speakers from the words of business, technology and academia, building a diverse environment of pricing professionalism, networking and training.

The most comprehensive pricing training conference to-date, Pricing Society offers 36 sessions and workshops and more than 96 hours of pricing training. Important themes at this year’s conference are change management via market-changing technologies, pricing in global competition and pricing leadership; as well as exploring the components of pricing change that boost bottom lines and drive transformation.

“In a constantly changing world, pricers must learn new processes and strategies to shape and improve innovation strategies,” said Kevin Mitchell, president of the Pricing Society. “Pricers are having more input in multiple levels of the organization, transforming their traditional role into change agents and leaders. We have invited national and international pricing experts to share their experience spearheading effective change and to imbue pricers with the skills they need to succeed, like how to work with capable champions and within a culture of competitive accountability.”

The conference will feature six keynote presentations from industry leading lights. Speaking talent includes Dr. Georg Tacke, CEO, Simon-Kucher & Partners, Caspar de Bono, managing director B2B, Financial Times Ltd and Robert D. Smith, director of corporate pricing, Eastman Chemical Company.

On day three, May 2nd, Dr. Georg Tacke will present, “Pricing and Commercial
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