Duration: 2 days
Timings: 1000hrs -1200hrs & 1400hrs -1600hrs
Dates: November 19-20 , 2022
Programme Director: Prof. Ashutosh Pandey
Fees: (Online) Rs.5500 Plus GST @18%
It is crucial for managers to understand how the affordability of products and services changes at different price levels and how these changes affect profitability. This programme is designed to provide hands on experience to managers on pricing strategies and pricing analytics which can help to maximise revenue and profits of the organisation.
The two-day Demand Forecasting and Pricing Techniques programme is meant to provide hands-on training on a variety of pricing strategies, including linear pricing, price skimming, price bundling, non-linear pricing, and revenue management, using Microsoft Excel.
Discussion, demonstration, case analysis and practise with Microsoft Excel would all be part of the teaching strategy.
Manufacturing and Services Sector
Industry Practitioners, Academicians, MBA Students and Doctoral Students.
Prof. Ashutosh Pandey earned his doctorate in Marketing from ABV-Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management, Gwalior. He holds a UGC-NET Management qualification and has worked in industry and academics for over nine years. He has taught Postgraduate and Executive students about Business Research Methods, Advanced Marketing Research, Services Marketing, Marketing Management, Consumer Behavior, and Structural Equation Modeling. Prof. Pandey has been a resource person for several qualitative and quantitative research workshops hosted at reputed organizations.
One complimentary nomination for every group of three nominations from the same organization, i.e., 3+1 participants for the fee of 3 participants.
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FORE School of Management has been designing, developing and conducting innovative Executive Education (EE)/ Management Development Programmes (MDPs) for working executives in India for over three decades.