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Toll Road Traffic & Revenue Forecasts By Robert Bain
eBook (PDF): $31.14
Toll roads, bridges and tunnels represent the most popular class of infrastructure attracting international private finance today. Many deals, however, expose financiers, insurers and other project... More > counterparties to demand risk. This moves traffic and revenue forecasts centre-stage in terms of being able to understand and test the investment proposition - yet the forecasting process itself often remains a mystery. Additionally, there are frequent concerns about predictive reliability. Written specifically for credit analysts, investors and other professionals whose primary expertise lies outside transportation, this book lifts the lid on the 'black box' of traffic and revenue forecasting. The author, Robert Bain (ex-S&P and a civil engineer with 20+ years of forecasting experience) has prepared a straightforward guide which highlights key issues to watch for and suggests ways in which the forecasts can be analysed to improve transparency and investor understanding.< Less
Toll Road Traffic & Revenue Forecasts By Robert Bain
Hardcover: $42.78
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Toll roads, bridges and tunnels represent the most popular class of infrastructure attracting international private finance today. Many deals, however, expose financiers, insurers and other project... More > counterparties to demand risk. This moves traffic and revenue forecasts centre-stage in terms of being able to understand and test the investment proposition - yet the forecasting process itself often remains a mystery. Additionally, there are frequent concerns about predictive reliability. Written specifically for credit analysts, investors and other professionals whose primary expertise lies outside transportation, this book lifts the lid on the 'black box' of traffic and revenue forecasting. The author, Robert Bain (ex-S&P and a civil engineer with 20+ years of forecasting experience) has prepared a straightforward guide which highlights key issues to watch for and suggests ways in which the forecasts can be analysed to improve transparency and investor understanding.< Less
Toll Road Traffic & Revenue Forecasts: Chinese By Robert Bain
Hardcover: $41.78
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Toll Road Traffic & Revenue Forecasts: Chinese-language version.
U.S. Photo Industry 2008 Review and Forecast By PMA Marketing Research
eBook (PDF): $50.00
A review of the major photo categories in 2007 and forecasts for 2008. U.S. digital photo spending is expected grow by 3.2 percent in 2008.After topping 2007 estimates, U.S. digital camera unit... More > sales are expected to grow only slightly in 2008. Revenues will be soft.Online ordering is the fastest growing photo print ordering method.Custom photo merchandise value expected at just less than $1.5 billion in 2008. Specifically... (list of charts)< Less
U.S. Photo Industry 2008: Review and Forecast (PREMIUM Edition) By PMA Marketing Research
eBook (PDF): $249.00
Includes more charts regarding DSLR sales, adoption of digital cameras, memory cards, digital frames, home photo printers and online prices for prints and custom products. A review of the major photo... More > categories in 2007 and forecasts through 2010.U.S. digital photo spending is expected grow by 3.2 percent in 2008.After topping 2007 estimates, U.S. digital camera unit sales are expected to grow only slightly in 2008. Revenues will be soft.Online ordering is the fastest growing photo print ordering method.Custom photo merchandise value expected at just less than $1.5 billion in 2008. Specifically... (list of charts)< Less
Hotel RevPAR Strategy Meetings By RevPAR Support
eBook (PDF): $4.99
A suggested agenda and format with tips to running a successful weekly RevPAR Strategy Meeting or (weekly forecast meeting) in Hotels.
Ask Mike By Michael Gonnerman
Paperback: $24.95
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In "Ask Mike", Financial guru Michael Gonnerman answers questions asked by people who start, run, finance and work with early stage companies. The book deals with hands-on issues overlooked... More > in accounting and business management textbooks -- like, how do you deal with a difficult partner or investor? Which employees are most valuable if you have to reduce headcount? What's the best way to hang on to customers, negotiate a merger or keep the sales reps motivated?< Less
The Sales Net Model By Marco Francesco Frangione
eBook (PDF): $54.67
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3 phases to set up a sales network that exploits all its potential. An organized network that constantly delivers the expected results. Phase 1 Develop your sales structure. A network of... More > salespersons with defined roles, responsibilities, organizational chart and career path. Phase 2 Set the sales budget targets and sales estimates. Set the targets of the sales structure, assign to the network, define a sales forecasting process and develop a verification, monitoring and analysis system by means of constant reports. Phase 3 Plan the commercial activity. The time frame of the network commercial activity determines the salespersons’ agenda. Establish in advance the moments that the salespersons need to devote to the sales and those when they share commercial information within the network.< Less
The Global Wellness Tourism Economy 2013 & 2014 By Global Wellness Institute
Paperback: $45.00
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This important report combines the first-ever wellness tourism market research (2013) with updated data from wellness tourism research released in 2014. Wellness tourism continues to be one of the... More > fastest-growing travel categories: revenues expanded from $438 billion in 2012 to $494 billion in 2013 – and that 12.7 percent growth rate was 40 percent larger than originally forecast. And wellness tourism also grew 74 percent faster than global tourism overall in the last year (14.6 percent versus 7.3 percent).< Less
Axiata Axis Telekom Capital Group Jakarta By chausiko sow
eBook (PDF): $8.99
Indonesia’s XL Axiata’s EBITDA margin is expected to remain at 40 per cent despite lower-margin data services continuing to substitute more profitable voice/text services as data tariffs... More > remain depressed. Fitch Ratings said XL’s profitability will benefit from operating cost savings from last year’s acquisition of Axis Telecom, which will eliminate duplicate infrastructure expenses, and the sale of some of its towers. Its revenue this year is forecast to increase by mid-single digits in line with the broader industry, driven by fast-growing data services as the availability of lower-cost smartphones improves.< Less