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WeYield revenue management forum, Paris edition 2021

On 4 October 2021, in Paris, take part in the annual meeting of rental companies dedicated to revenue management.

Emmanuel Scuto
September 20, 2021

WeYield Forum dedicated to car rental

Do you want to better manage your business and improve your performance? Share experiences and tips with professionals in your sector? Break the isolation and experience a friendly meeting within the car rental community? Why not come to the next WeYield Forum?

Every year, WeYield invites the car rental community to a meeting 100% dedicated to revenue management. We invite the car rental owners, general managers, revenue managers, director of Sales or Operations to join us on October 4th, the day before the IFTM-Top Resa trade show in Paris. On the programme: workshops, a plenary conference with two guest speakers and a cocktail.

Workshops to share and co-construct

Each workshop allows you to learn in detail about a feature of the WeYield apps: why it was created, how it was developed, what it is used for in everyday life... In direct contact with the developers, discover all its potential and exchange with its creators. An enriching and stimulating moment for you and for them!

For the first time this year, WeYield's director, Emmanuel Scuto, will be holding an introductory workshop for newcomers to discover the best practices in revenue management. An enlightening introduction before diving into the subtleties of the profession.

A plenary to open the field of possibilities

The plenary session is another popular moment for the participants, offering you the opportunity to take a step back and enrich your thinking with particularly inspiring external contributions.


- The change management coach Nicolas Hennion from Libérez-la-Bête will invite us to question ourselves on the resistance to new approaches, to disruptive methods, to tame that little voice that often prevents us from "Liberating the beast".


- Then, Benoît Rottembourg, from Inria, National Institute for Research in Digital Science and Technology has been the former architect of dynamic pricing at Maersk, will give us his testimony on this exciting but perilous project in a sector that is not very inclined to revenue management: container transport.

Exchange with your peers

The event ends with a cocktail party, a much appreciated moment of conviviality. There is nothing like informal exchanges to share your experiences, ideas and points of view.

Join the community!

Since 2018, WeYield has been organising exclusive meetings dedicated to revenue management for car rental operators in Paris, London and Berlin. For some, it is an opportunity to discover and demystify revenue management: How does it work? How can it help me? For others, it's an opportunity to share experiences and questions in order to go even further in your practice and continue your progress. For everyone, the WeYield Forums are the place to learn, understand, find ideas, get inspiration, and leave stronger.


Join the community of revenue management savvy car rental companies now!


I am registering for the WeYield Forum in Paris. Discussions in French. Participation 100 €. And yes, it's now paying to have only committed participants, motivated to progress together and exchange.

To register to the WeYield Forum in Paris, click- here.

To find out more about the WeYield Forum in London, click here.

To know more about the WeYield Car Rental Conference in Berlin, it is here.

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Emmanuel Scuto

Expert in Revenue Management and Pricing in the Car Rental industry for 20 years, I aim to share my optimization experience with our customers throughout the world. I am specialized in revenue maximization, pricing strategy, yield management, reporting based on AI.

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