Is your company crushing it or getting crushed? Join Eddie Hartman, WG'11, and fellow partners at Simon-Kucher, a global leader in pricing strategy, to learn field tested strategies to fight churn and improve net retention.

2020 has served to accelerate a macro-shift in corporate top-lines that began decades ago; the movement away from transactional business in favor of recurring revenue models. While this is often associated with the software industry and SaaS delivery models, hundreds of non-software businesses have introduced these revenue models and reaped the benefits of better customer retention, improved revenue resiliency, and higher firm valuations.

Join LegalZoom co-founder & Wharton Alum Eddie Hartman WG'11 and his Partner colleagues as they share how companies can approach the topic of recurring revenue, revamp their products for a future-state, adapt their monetization thinking, and achieve dramatic results.

Simon-Kucher & Partners is a global strategy consulting firm with over 1,400 employees in 39 offices.  Founded in 1985, the firm focuses on strategy, marketing, pricing, and sales and is broadly recognized as the world-leader in pricing strategy.

Our Speakers:
  • Shikha Jain, Partner, Simon-Kucher & Partners (Boston office)
  • Adam Echter, Partner, Simon-Kucher & Partners (Silicon Valley office)
  • Eddie Hartman (WG'11), Partner, Simon Kucher & Partners (San Francisco office)
Wednesday, October 7, 2020
12:00 PM ET - 1:00 PM ET

As a service to the community, there is no cost to attend this session but capacity is limited.

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