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Energy and Utilities: Strategic Planning for Market Entry
Sep 25, 2013 to Sep 26, 2013
|Location||581 Orchard Road
A two-day practical programme for energy and utility sector professionals.
Understand how to evaluate and execute effective entry into new domestic and cross border markets.
This highly practical and interactive programme will help you to:
Understand the global drivers for energy industry consolidation
Appreciate Appreciate the countervailing factors – the importance of incumbency and being local
Gain a toolkit for evaluating energy market entry opportunities
Review barriers to entry (and exit), regulation, access, whole of sector profit margin
Understand the importance of energy market structure and institutional factors
Examine dynamic factors – energy regulation, technology, markets
Analyse potential sources of a utility’s competitive advantage and disadvantage
Learn the key elements of an energy market entry business case – risk and return
Understand how to evaluate and execute effective entry into new domestic and cross border markets
Identify alternative energy market entry strategies and timing factors
Get to grips with critical success factors for energy and utilities companies entering new markets
Review competitor responses – game theory
Understand risk – the 'long tail' and 'dumb' luck.
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