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Saturday, May 6 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
The Power of Dynamic Pricing LIMITED

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The airline industry has transformed traditional inventory and revenue models through the creation of dynamic pricing, revolutionizing the way that sector does business. In this session, you’ll hear from airline industry experts and performing arts leaders on the ways opera companies can and have used dynamic pricing to maximize income, manage inventory and avoid leaving revenue on the table.

Moderators
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Carrie Ellen Adamian

Director of Marketing and Ticket Sales, The Dallas Opera
Carrie Ellen Adamian’s passion and love of the performing arts began with dancing and singing at the age of 4 years. Her lifelong dedication to the art form carried her to the Broadway stage where she performed in productions that included Tommy Tune’s Grand Hotel and Grease! After graduating from Fordham University, Ms... Read More →

Speakers
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Tassio Carvalho

Senior Manager, Operations Research and Advanced Analytics, American Airlines
Tassio Carvalho is a senior manager at the American Airlines’ Operations Research and Advanced Analytics Department. His department provides analytical consulting to Sales & Marketing and coordinates all activities across the company on Machine Learning and Data Science through a center of excellence. Tassio has been with American since 2002 and has worked extensively with Pricing, Revenue Management, Scheduling, Alliances and Finance. Prior to American Airlines he worked for Enron Global Markets and for IBM Research. He received his Doctorate from Princeton University in 1996 and holds an Aerospace Engineering degree from Instituto Tecnologico de Aeronautica in Sao Paulo... Read More →


Saturday May 6, 2017 1:30pm - 3:00pm
City View 1, 4th Floor

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