Key Customer Relationships

Key Customer Relationships

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Thursday, 27th June 2019, 9:30 – 17:00

 

SDA Bocconi School of Management, Via Bocconi 8, Milan 20136, Italy

 

Procurement thinks that supplier relationships should generally be limited to 7/8 years, suppliers want to keep going as long as possible. But some relationships turn sour and perhaps they shouldn’t continue. Certainly, there are many cases of suppliers who can be accused of complacency and taking advantage of a contractually captive customer. But we know the customer isn’t always right either, and some have squeezed suppliers to bankruptcy. So how can these crucial relationships be kept positive and productive for both sides? This workshop’s session leaders represent FMCG, manufacturing and IT, to cover a wide range of experience for you to share and discuss.

 

Key Account Management in the Hospitality Industry, a fast changing and hyper growing business
Andrea Dori, Head of International Key Account Department, Illycaffe

  • – How hospitality has changed into a hyper competitive market
  • – The growth of specific needs of differentiation and the Illy “multi tailor made” approach
  • – From customer relationship to customers networking, the new way of working from top down to bottom up, and back

 

Growing your business – by having a structured approach to managing customer experienceMichael Widing, Customer Experience and Insight Manager, Hiab AB - Key Customer Relationships
Michael Widing, Customer Experience and Insight Manager, Hiab AB

  • A three step process to managing the customer experience
  • Loyalty Economics, business impact of working with the Net Promoter Score model in the right way
  • Going from mass market, to individual offerings with surgeon precision; a case study from Hiab

 

Andrea Busnelli, IBM and Professor Marco Sisti, SDA Bocconi School of Management - Key Customer Relationships

Case study in Long-term Customer Relationships:                                                                                                              Andrea Busnelli, Client Director, International Business and Industry Innovation, IBM and                                      Professor Marco Sisti, SDA Bocconi School of Management

More details to follow.

 

 

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