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How to price effectively under risk and uncertainty

How to price effectively under risk and uncertainty

The event will focus on local Humber businesses and how they can make right pricing decisions and execute them in highly volatile economic and financial environments. Therefore, this workshop is aimed to help SMEs and Entrepreneurs understand how to manage risks and why planning ahead is crucial in solving potential pricing problems. These topics are also complemented during the “European Convention in Quantitative Methods and Risk Management” #EURiskConvention June 4th to 8th, 2018, hosted by the University of Hull.



• Value pricing framework
• Value pricing strategies
• Risk Management as a business perspective
• Case Studies – Learning by doing
o Cost pricing – 3D printing business
o Price models – An econometric model for a training company
o Projects management pricing – Energy consulting company

Attendance to this "Risk Management" seminar is free and refreshments are provided. Book your place via Eventbrite or email for more information.

Key Speaker - Dr. Elvis Hernandez-Perdomo

Director of OSL Risk Management with over sixteen years of experience in risk management. Formerly a Central Banker's Economist and Senior Executive Consultant/Trainer at Real Options Valuations Inc. He has participated in several international consulting projects in Latin America, Portugal, Spain, U.S., and the UK, from large companies to SMEs.

PhD in Finance (University of Hull UK) and a PhD in Engineering Science, MSc. in Finance and MSc. in Statistics and Operational Research, with consulting/research interests in Risk Management, Corporate Governance, Decision Analysis, Project Management, Corporate Finance, and Real Options; Certified in Quantitative Risk Management (CQRM), and with academic articles published in international peer-review journals in reliability systems, central banking, engineering, risk analysis, uncertainty, among other aspects.

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