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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

Attendees will grow vital pricing skills in 2 two-day workshops and 7 one-day workshops, as well as 18 sessions populating three interest-specific breakout tracks – Pricing Practitioners Pricing Experts, and Tools and Techniques.

For complete information on the Annual Spring Pricing Conference in San Francisco, or for research and resources related to the profession of pricing, visit the Professional Pricing Society at http://www.pricingsociety.com.

About the Pricing Society
The Professional Pricing Society is the largest professional society dedicated solely to pricing training and education. Its mission is to advance the creation, communication and application of pricing knowledge throughout the world. The Professional Pricing Society provides pricing professionals with current strategies, market trends, analysis, research and resources from today's leading pricing experts and technology. For more information on membership or events visit the organization’s website at http://www.pricingsociety.com.

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