is Less than One Month Away
EyeforTravel’s Revenue Management and Pricing in Travel 2006 event is
being held October 4-5 at the Holiday Inn Mart Plaza in Chicago.
Senior RM & Pricing executives are booking fast.
12, 2006 - These are truly exciting times for Revenue Management in the
US travel industry. The speed of change, innovation and growth is eye-watering!
If you are not pushing hard to be at the forefront of these changes, you
are being left behind. The seniority and number of travel pricing executives
who are already booked to attend North America’s premier RM forum indicates
that this is where the industry leaders come to keep abreast of these changes.
This event will address the issues that are critical to every RM professional. Topics to be covered include understanding dynamic pricing, analyzing the price sensitivity of your customers, improving your performance measurement and getting the most out of your forecasting techniques. Some of the agenda highlights include:
For more information on the Revenue Management Conference Visit: www.eyefortravel.com/rmusa2006/5
There will be networking opportunities throughout the two days that are designed to enable delegates to meet the speakers, discuss the agenda with other senior executives and most importantly develop lasting and profitable business relationships. Also, all delegates are invited to attend a free VIP cocktail party at the world famous Sears Tower at the end of the first day.
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