Lydia Di Liello, Founder and CEO of Capital Pricing Consultants, speaks with hosts Lew Weiss and Tim Grady about dealing with tariffs and building a holistic strategy for companies in the current environment of tariffs, which may not evaporate quickly, soon, or may not at all. Learn more for your company in this episode.
Lydia Di Liello is the CEO and founder of Capital Pricing Consultants a revenue management and business consultancy dedicated to significantly improving profitability for its clients through strategic, operational and tactical recommendations. She brings more than 25 years of global revenue management, pricing expertise and business leadership to her clients delivering exceptional results: 3%-300% profit increase in as little as six months.
With a corporate career in b to b and leadership roles including manufacturing, pricing and procurement, Lydia’s experience provides a breadth of knowledge and an understanding of the unique challenges her clients face. Working in over 16 countries for both Fortune 500 and privately held firms every client CPC has partnered with has dramatically increased profitability as a result of the collaborative interaction. From strategic overview through actionable specific directives, clients achieve significant increases to their profit utilizing trademarked approaches.
Lydia is a noted speaker who has presented throughout the United States, Asia and Europe leading executive sessions and workshops. She also contributes to industry and business publications. Most recently being published in the Atlanta Business Journal “3 Negotiation Strategies Pricing Experts can Use to Let Someone Else Have Your Way” April 29, 2019. Also seen in Regions: a Division of INC Business Resources, “Maximizing Pricing Power” July 2017
Lydia is a member of the Professional Pricing Society Board of Advisors and holds an MBA from Youngstown State University. She is passionate about creating profit for her clients.
Atlanta Business Journal: “3 Negotiation strategies pricing experts can use to let someone else have your way”