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Your Business Model in 1-Hour! In 1-hr you will definitely learn to quickly fix your strategy problems. Register here for Aug 17, 18 & 19 2009. This is critical  knowledge in a recession. 2 presentation slides are shown below.

Feedback of previous related seminars:
1. Great, very informative (DM),
2. Very well thought out, effective and practical (RS)

Premium Webinar: Your Business Model in 1-Hour!

Benefit: You will immediately learn,
1. If your business model works.
2. How to recognize useful industry metrics.
3. Determine what strategies work for your company.
4. Take away some strategy maps / frameworks.   .   .   .   .   .   .    Register here.

This is a practical short course on how to recognize the real strategies your business needs and how to recognize the industry metrics for you to stay on track. It demystifies the role of financial statements and gets you back on track with real industry data to manage your strategy. This seminar concludes with a set of quick checks for your business model.


Who Should Attend: CxOs, Corporate Managers, Consultants & Investors.

About Benjamin T Solomon: Managing Principal of QuantumRisk LLC, he has 28+ years working in multinational, national and regional companies (Texas Instruments, West Port, Capmark, Coopers & Lybrand …) developing IT systems, streamlining business processes, designing and implementing strategies, and extensive econometric & economic capital modeling in the CMBS/RMBS industry.

Registration: This will be a 1 hour webinar limited to 20 participants per session. Register here.

Dates: August 17, 18 & 19, 2009.

1. You will be emailed a meeting key to join, and webinar link.
2. You will be provided a pdf copy of the slides, 7 days after the seminar.
3. Last Refund Date: No refunds after Aug 14 2009.
4. Refund Policy, here.

2 Presentation Slides:


An Example of a Process Framework



An Example of a Format Framework

Strategy Analyses:
World class strategy analysis based on propreitary business strategy models that recognize 80 million variations of a company’s business environment. Provides a systematic method of determining one’s competitors future courses of action from public data. (Success Story: Westport)

Supply Chain / Just in Time / Kanban / Process Streamlining:
Analyses factory floor layout and product-machine relationships to determine push/pull process and optimum scheduling methods. Yes, push and pull are equivalent. The real solution is to determine which best suites your operations and industry. (Success Story: Texas InstrumentsUnilever)

VaR (Value at Risk) & CVaR (Conditional Value at Risk) Analyses:
Finding order in large noisy datasets. Determine VaR,  CVaR and the other 1% for time series, credit risk models, economic capital modeling, and commercial property losses. Yes, Solomon has developed commercial property loss models that are far more sophisticated than anything in the industry, including Wachovia’s published models. (Success Story: Capmark)

Valuation Models:
Provides Monte Carlo based equity valuation. Upper and lower limits of company valuations. Advice on what business parameters to look out for.

About the Services Provided:
QuantumRisk specializes in using statistical and numerical modeling to deliver client solutions. It is not uncommon for us to work with 220,000 or 330,000 or even 730,000 data sets/records to solve business/economic model formulation problems.

The extensions of this knowhow are the inhouse proprietary business process and framework models derived from the results of these modeling techniques, to provide strategy and business process solutions.

QuantumRisk does not provide financial advisory, tax, audit, financial engineering, legal or HR consulting services. Neither does it provide engineering or materials design consulting.

QuantumRisk does IT implementation of solutions provided per our client requirements.

Benjamin T Solomon
QuantumRisk LLC

Disclosure: I’m a capitalist too, and my musings & opinions on this blog are for informational/educational purposes and part of my efforts to learn from the mistakes of other people. Hope you do, too. These musings are not to be taken as financial advise, and are based on data that is assumed to be correct. Therefore, my opinions are subject to change without notice. This blog is not intended to either negate or advocate any persons, entity, product, services or political position.