- March 8, 2018
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
During the 20th century, using budgeted hourly rates (BHRs) to develop pricing was the defacto methodology — as it had been in the 19th century. Although the use of BHRs is still commonplace in today’s pricing, with the changing product mix of 21st century print providers there is a need for management teams to understand the weaknesses/strengths of BHRs that Mama (or Dad) never told you.
In this program, our presenter will discuss BHRs as they are presently used. Along with providing an overview of BHRs, the presentation also will outline other methodologies including contribution, value-added, and product line costing, which can provide management extremely effective tools in increasing a company’s profitability.
About the Presenter:
Joe Polanco has more than 40 years of industry and association experience in the printing industry. He spent nearly 15 years in operational positions in printing companies before joining PIA MidAmerica, a Printing Industries of America Affiliate, where he served as its President and Affiliate Manager for 20 years prior to retiring.
In his role at PIA MidAmerica, Joe was dedicated to helping companies realize their success potential in the ever-changing and often challenging printing industry. This included facilitating the sharing of best practices, helping companies develop financial management tools and assisting their strategic growth through merger/acquisition. This wealth of experience, and his broad portfolio of contacts within the industry, makes him a valuable partner to printing businesses looking to make a change.
This webinar is being presented by our sister PIA affiliate, Visual Media Alliance.
Thursday, March 8, 2018
2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Eastern
1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Central
FREE for GLGA members. Not-yet-members: $55 per Internet connection (you may have multiple people sit in on one connection.)
A confirmation email with the connection information will be sent to you a few days before the webinar.
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Venue: At Your Desk