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  1. 1. visit our website: www.jacobfleming.com 4th Annual Sales & Marketing Effectiveness in Chemicals ‘’Achieving Excellence in Turbulent times’’ 24th – 25th February 2009, Ab skipper Hotel, barcelona Your prEStigiouS Find Your rEASonS SpEAkEr pAnEl to AttEnd phil Allen, gEMS Europe Uncertain times are testing the entire business world. What President and Value Creator does this mean for Sales & Marketing? Leaders from the industry will come together to brainstorm on their core role in gerard peyronne, dupont today’s stormy times through in-depth case studies, panel and CRM and eBusiness, Corporate Process Owner round-table discussions. This event is sold out year after year Carlos da Silva lopes, dow Fabric & Surface Care and we hope you will be joining us to: Global Marketing Director Discuss up-to-date issues on recent economic dr. thomas lueb, BASF pressures Senior Project Manager, Marketing & Sales klaus hofmann, dynea implement tough changes without loosing value Senior Vice President Market Application Europe Chuck Martz, dow Water Solutions gain an insight into sales & marketing strategies of Global Marketing Director green and sustainable product technologies thomas Funke, Wacker take a step further into competitive intelligence Managing Director Iberia and why it is essential for profitability Erwin Wild, AgC Chemicals Europe Commercial & Marketing Manager Fluoropolymers Explore cross-cultural challenges faced by marketing and sales executives and how these ralf Shmidt, Steffenhagen challenges can be met and overcome Managing Director david Vinokur, proS pricing Solutions, Europe get to grips with communicating price increases Director by focusing on real value Fernando Ventureira, pricing Solutions iberia understand the potential of sales & marketing in Managing Director emerging markets – China, india, russia & eastern europe Who Will AttEnd pinpoint sales & marketing opportunities that will Heads, Directors, Managers for: Branding, Marketing, Communications, yield best results Internal Communications, Employee Communications, Corporate Communications, Corporate & Brand Identity, Human Resources, ‘’the Chinese use two brush strokes to write the word Employee Relations, Brand Development, Business Development, ‘crisis’. one brush stroke stands for danger; the other for Public Relations, Integrated Marketing Communications, Training & opportunity. in a crisis, be aware of the danger-but recognize Development, Employee Engagement, Image Management and Human John F. kennedy Capital. the opportunity.’’ Silver Lunch Collaborative Collaborative Media Partners: Sponsor: Sponsor: Sponsor: Partner:
  2. 2. booking line: tel: + 34 9345 24 276, fax: + 34 9345 36 345 day 1, 24th February, 2009 VAluE EnhAnCing priCing StrAtEgiES; WhErE do WE StAnd? 9:00 opening remarks from the Chair phil Allen, gEMS Europe 12:20 Value pricing: profitable growth through President and Value Creator sustainable pricing strategies in the Chemical industry price and profitability rECESSion prooF Your S&M StrAtEgiES • Basic Principles of Value Pricing • Commodity vs. Specialty Pricing: Managing the Pricing 9:10 double impact Marketing and Sales Excellence Process and Value Drivers improves Business results • Implementation of Value Pricing with suitable Pricing • Case examples from chemicals and B2B businesses of Tools improved business results thanks to applies marketing • Competitive Pricing and sales excellence ralf Shmidt, Steffenhagen • Customer Needs and Value-Based Segmentation Managing Director • 4R’s of Sustainable Differentiation • Strategic Key Account Management 13:00 luncheon phil Allen, gEMS Europe 14.40 Value-Based pricing improves Chemicals Business President and Value Creator profits kEY ACCount MAnAgEMEnt • Practical case examples from chemicals and plastics - WhEn thE going gEtS tough! businesses demonstrating value-based pricing • Value-pricing a new product in a market 9:50 key Account Management at Wacker CAse stuDY • Differentiated pricing for an undifferentiated Chemie (Commodity) product • What makes an account to an key account and a sales • And more representative to a key account manager? phil Allen, gEMS Europe • Empowerment of key account manager President and Value Creator • Communication and reporting within the team as well as with the key account 15:20 Afternoon Coffee thomas Funke, Wacker 15:50 Creating the right Value perception Managing Director Iberia • Value pricing as a powerful tool to improve business 10:30 Coffee Break results and increase profitability • Assessing the strategic importance of your customers CuStoMEr rElAtionShip MAnAgEMEnt in A • Discussing successful approaches to value pricing gloBAl EConoMY – FroM opportunitiES in david Vinokur, proS pricing Solutions, Europe EMErging EConoMiES to A gloBAl rECESSion Director 11:00 implementing a Change programme towards 16.50 pricing Analysis tools: a key Step towards pricing Stronger Customer Excellence • Perspectives: A global initiative in a diversified company • A practical presentation with live demonstration about • Enabling, implementing and networking as core how Pricing Tools can help detect and quantify Profit & elements of the change programme Growth opportunities in Sales and Marketing Strategy. • Achievements and learnings of the past years • The presentation will connect the Pricing Analysis Tools dr. thomas lueb,BASF to the Pricing Excellence’s Five Steps, the Pricing Process Senior Project Manager, Marketing & Sales Model, and will show how they can be used to develop strong Business Cases & Support Implementation of the 11:40 orchestrating Multichannel CAse stuDY Best Practice Pricing within the Organisation. Marketing & Sales Campaigns through CrM Fernando Ventureira, pricing Solutions iberia • Build on the strengths of each channel (eMail, Web, Managing Director Call, Center, Sales, Distribution) • Use CRM to orchestrate all marketing & sales channels 17:30 pAnEl diSCuSSion and activities • Market activity – what’s the outlook and when can the • Lead & opportunity management industry expect a recovery? • End to end business metrics and results tracking • What are customers really looking for in the current conditions? gerard peyronne, dupont • Where are the opportunities? Who will survive? CRM and eBusiness, Corporate Process Owner Joined by speakers from the day! 18:30 Chairman’s Closing remarks and End of day 1 Cocktail reception 19:00 ‘’without the strength to endure the crisis, one will not see the opportunity within. it is within the process of endurance that opportunity reveals itself.’’ Chin-ning Chu
  3. 3. email: 4thAnnualsMe@jacobfleming.com, www.jacobfleming.com day 2, 25th February 2009 • Environmental concern as key competitive advantage • Green initiative 9:00 opening remarks from the Chair Carlos da Silva lopes, dow Fabric & Surface Care phil Allen, gEMS Europe Global Marketing Director President and Value Creator 11:40 interactive round-table session: An insider perspective on ‘’Crisis Management’’ MArkEting StrAtEgiES For grEEn produCtS And nEW CriSiS toolS Financially • The impact of the credit crunch on the supply chain. 9:10 – linking Business growth With CAse stuDY internally Sustainability • Internal pressure to lower prices in order to gain • the possibilities of water - Water is the single market share. most important chemical compound for the • Leadership and alignment within the departments preservation and flourishing of human life, and yet • Meetings, meetings and more meetings about the today, more than a billion people do not have access crisis. to safe, clean drinking water. The world has the Marketing know-how and the ability to meet this challenge. • Good opportunity to re-evaluate customer ranking. • Business objectives versus value systems • Double check product value and value sales to - Dow‘s vision is reflected in our 2015 Sustainability current accounts Goals - a public commitment to be accountable in opportunities the pursuit of solutions to the global water crises and • Customers have time available at the moment, other pressing world challenges. We will combine especially R&D and production. the creativity of our employees and our technology Erwin Wild, AgC Chemicals Europe expertise to achieve breakthrough solutions that help Commercial & Marketing Manager Fluoropolymers ensure safe, affordable drinking water is available to all. This includes driving a 35% reduction in the cost 12:40 luncheon of water reuse and desalination, through component technology advances 14:00 intErACtiVE CloSing pAnEl • Creating Marketing initiatives to support • Is the future bright or? the Brand promise - Dow Water Solutions links • What urgent measures/ strategies are required? our product performance to the Dow Brand and • In Marketing, there is Market. Where does the sector the Human Element to demonstrate reliability and stand? performance. • What marketing opportunities exist connected to Chuck Martz, dow Water Solutions environmental issues, environmental legislation? Global Marketing Director • Ensuring the reality in practice of theoretical business objectives – successfully implementing sales & 9:50 looking for a Blue Stream in a red CAse stuDY ocean marketing objectives and dealing with internal political and cultural obstacles • Dynea – products, markets, business Joined by speakers from the day! • The European wood board resins market • Dynea’s position – how to increase profitability in a red ocean? 16:00 Chairman’s Closing remarks and End of • The formaldehyde challenge – core business & threat Conference of long-term substitution • Innovation vs. customer driven development – overcoming channel resistance • Positioning of Dynea’s AsWood system – branding, pricing, lobbying klaus hofmann, dynea Senior Vice President Market Application Europe 10:30 Morning Coffee 11:00 CAse stuDY – green Marketing Challenges – differentiation and Competitve Edge through „green Concern“ • Becoming eco-smart – Incorporating the green strategy into your business operations • Realising the potential of green product technology
  4. 4. booking line: tel: + 34 9345 24 276, fax: + 34 9345 36 345 Meet our Comprehensive Speaker panel ralf Shmidt, Steffenhagen phil Allen, gEMS Europe Managing Director President and Value Creator Ralf is one of the cofounders and managing director of team Phil has 30 years of hands-on sales, marketing, customer steffenhagen. At team steffenhagen he is responsible for value management and key account management experience marketing & sales related consulting and training projects in at national, continental and global level in multi-national the chemical industry. The focus of his activities lies at strategy corporations including Albright & Wilson, Bayer AG, English development and implementation, price management and sales China Clays, Hilti AG and The Dow Chemical Company. Since development. With more than 15 years experience in marketing 1997 Phil runs global marketing and sales excellence practice, & sales projects in the chemical industry Ralf Schmidt advices GEMS/MarketAbility - creating value for clients by helping them customers of different size. From medium-sized businesses to to apply marketing and sales excellence and customer value global players in the chemical industry. Before working at team management to their businesses. GEMS/MarketAbility delivers steffenhagen and after his studies of business economics and his practical marketing and sales for value growth, facilitating PhD in marketing at Aachen University, Ralf Schmidt worked as marketing and sales strategy development and implementation independent consultant in different business sectors. working together with the client’s team. GEMS/MarketAbility serves many multinational and global blue-chip clients in B2B thomas Funke, Wacker markets and clients include Shell, BASF, Caterpillar, Dow Chemical, Managing Director Iberia Microsoft, IBM, Holcim to name but a few. Phil regularly facilitates and coaches workshops, consultancy and advisory projects in all Thomas Funke currently holds the position of Managing Director parts of the World – the Americas, Europe, Middle East and Africa of Wacker Química Ibérica S.A., a subsidiary of Wacker Chemie as well as most parts of Asia and Oceania. In May 2002, Juan AG, Germany. He studied industrial engineer in Berlin (Germany) Senor, Senior Editor at the International Herald Tribune, praised and Toulouse (France). After collecting various working experiences Phil in a Euronews company documentary for having founded a in Germany, France and Taiwan, he joined Wacker Chemie AG unique and action-oriented company, with an individual business in 1998 in Controlling. Afterwards he headed for Marketing style. GEMS and MarketAbility have featured in recent TV- with responsibilities for Africa and NME and later on Sales being profiles on Euronews and CNBC. Phil’s pragmatic, down-to-earth responsible for German speaking countries and Eastern Europe approach to marketing and sales is reflected in the book he has before he was nominated as Managing Director of Wacker coauthored “Value-Based Marketing for Bottom-Line Success: 5 Química Ibérica S.A. in 2006. Steps to Creating Customer Value” by De Bonis, Balinski and Allen, published by McGraw-Hill and American Marketing Association Fernando Ventureira, pricing Solutions iberia Dec 2002. He is a regular contributor to a variety of marketing, Managing Director sales and industry publications and also publishes his own Email Fernando is more than 15 years experienced as Director – Marketing Briefing Newsletter. Program – Project Manager in Strategy, Pricing, Management, dr. thomas lueb, BASF Organization, Coaching, Change Management and Systems Senior Project Manager, Marketing & Sales Consulting, with a specific background helping companies on their IT Projects, from the earlier steps to define necessities to the Thomas Lueb currently holds the position of Senior Project effective implementation of the most suitable solutions (i.e.: ERP, Manager, perspectives at BASF SE. In this role he is responsible for MRP, CRM, WMCS, e-Business, DataWarehouse, etc..).Fernando the implementation of the BASF change management programme has been involved in more than 100 Projects in Financial, Industry, in the Construction Chemicals, Coatings and Care Chemicals Retail & FMCG, Services, Healthcare & Pharmacy, Mining and divisions. He joined BASF 10 years ago and has worked in the Energy.In addition to his experience, Fernando presents a high fields of product management, marketing management and key level educational background, preparing a Doctorate (UNED), account management. Thomas holds a PhD in Economics from having an MBA (ESCP-EAP) and a Bachelor of Science in IT (ESCP- the University of Muenster, Germany. CESDIP), as well as several languages skills (English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, German).Due to his Educational klaus hofmann, dynea Profile, his Professional Background and his Languages Skills, Senior Vice President Market Application Europe Fernando is in charge of the Iberian and Latin American Market, Complex Multi-National Pricing Projects, and running at the same Klaus currently holds the position of Senior Vice President for time the Pricing Solutions Excellence Centre for Pricing Systems Market Application in Dynea Europe. In this role he is responsible Consultancy. for development and the implementation of the various applications (business segments). Further he is responsible for the European product development organisation. Previously Klaus Hofmann was involved in various sales and technical customer service functions within Dynea Europe and Asia. He studied Wood Science in Vienna and holds a PhD in Materials Engineering from Virginia Tech, USA.
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