Free events can help businesses boost profits
The sessions, which have been organised as a collaboration between OSL Risk Management, HCUK Training, the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership, Rollits LLP, the International Institute of Professional Education and Research (IIPER) and OSL Consulting Engineering, will feature insight into effective pricing strategies, risk management in international trade and an overall look at the future of global risk management.
Dr Elvis Hernandez-Perdomo, Managing Director of OSL Risk Management, will be leading one of the sessions. He said: “In the last two years UK businesses have faced extremely volatile market conditions. Businesses need to be more aware of how they manage risk.
“We hope these sessions will allow business leaders, SMEs and entrepreneurs to gain a greater understanding of risk management and how it can apply to their business, while equipping them with the skills to improve and inform their decision-making processes.”
The first event, How to Price Effectively Under Risk and Uncertainty, takes place on 17 April from 2-4pm at the KCOM Stadium and will focus on how businesses can make the right pricing decisions and execute them in highly volatile economic and financial environments, while better understanding how to manage the risks involved. Click here to book your place.
A session covering Risk Management in International Trade is next in the series, hosted by Rollits LLP at their offices in Citadel House, High Street, on 23 April from 2-4pm. The seminar will use a practical approach to make attendees aware of the potential risks in international trade, and how effective risk management in export, international trade and logistics can help mitigate this. Click here to book your place.
Risk Management – A Global Perspective For Future Professionals, will offer students and business professionals an insight into global risk management. The seminar, which takes place at the Larkin Lecture Theatre at the University of Hull on 24 April from noon until 2pm, will help attendees to understand risk and uncertainty, visualise new research and professional opportunities and evaluate risk from a business perspective. Click here to book your place.
Many of the theories covered in these workshops will be explored in more detail at the EURisk Convention from June 4-8, where an intensive four-day training programme will allow delegates to become Certified in Quantitative Risk Management (CQRM).
To find out more about the convention and for details of signing up as either a delegate or to take the CQRM, visit www.euriskconvention.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0)1482 626400. A range of sponsorship packages are also available.