Global Revenue Forum returns on January 30th 2024

Do you have plans for January 30th 2024?

We know it’s summer, getaways are top of mind, and 2024 seems a lifetime away – but here at Revenue by Design, our thoughts are looking to next year with preparations underway for the Global Revenue Forum 2024.

Join industry colleagues, peers and leaders

Now firmly established as the industry’s leading event, we hope you will block out Tuesday 30th January 2024 to join us, industry colleagues, peers and leaders once again as we meet to tackle the most pressing issues facing our community in the year ahead.

We will link up with our colleagues in Milan, Stockholm and online, as the global revenue management community unite for one unique day of ground-breaking thought leadership, animated debate and unparalleled networking. And as we plan our carefully curated agenda, we guarantee to bring together the industry’s leading commercial and revenue visionaries to discuss factors shaping your strategies in 2024.

Book the Early Bird Rate through to August 31st

Book before 31st August and take advantage of the Early Bird Rate. And if you attended this year, keep an eye on your inbox. A special discount code, as a ‘Thank You’ for your ongoing support, will be landing in your inbox very soon! 

So don’t delay. Book now and be part of the most inspirational event in the industry’s calendar.


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