Front Range Professionals Network, January 2020 – Featuring Maggie Laird of Hitachi Vantara
Thu, January 30, 2020
5:30 PM – 8:00 PM MST
1401 17th St
Denver, CO 80202
Join the Front Range Pricing Professionals Network for conversation and refreshments! This is a great opportunity to help you learn from pricing experts and your peers about the latest in pricing and how things are done in other organizations. Here’s what you can expect:
- 45 minute talk from Maggie Laird, Chief Pricing Officer at Hitachi Vantara
- 15 minute talk from Kyle T. Westra, Manager at Wiglaf Pricing
- 90 minutes of networking and refreshments with Front Range Pricing Professionals
You will meet pricing professionals, pricing recruiters, pricing consultants, and pricing software providers, as well as peers in sales, marketing, finance, and more.
All are welcome!
Chief Pricing Officer, Hitachi Vantara
Maggie Laird is an experienced commercial leader who has spent the last 20 years helping companies drive both top and bottom line growth through customer, marketing, sales and pricing strategies, tactics, and technologies.
Focus Areas: Commercial Transformation – Digital Enablement – Organic Growth – Customer and Pricing Strategy & Operations
Consumer/Customer strategy and insights, market analysis and analytics, Go-to-market strategy design, revenue management and revenue model, pricing optimization, dynamic pricing, commercial analytics, CRM, business process reengineering in the marketing, sales, and service functions.
Kyle T. Westra
Manager, Wiglaf Pricing
Kyle T. Westra is a Manager at Wiglaf Pricing. Kyle will work with you to find efficient and creative solutions to help your company manage pricing better. His areas of focus include pricing transformations, new product pricing, commercial policy, and pricing software.
Most recently to Wiglaf Pricing, Kyle worked in project management and business systems analysis at Cars.com. Previous experience involves such disparate roles as marketing analysis at Groupon and global strategy studies at a foreign policy think tank. He has extensive experience in ecommerce, sales strategy, economic analysis, and change management. Pricing is at the confluence of economics, business, technology, and psychology, which is supported by Kyle’s breadth of experience.
His Amazon bestselling book about how technological trends are affecting pricing and commercial strategy is entitled The New Invisible Hand: Five Revolutions in the Digital Economy.
Kyle holds an MBA with distinction in Business Strategy and Marketing Analysis from the Kellstadt Graduate School of Business at DePaul University and a BA in Political Science and Economics from Tufts University.