The Cost Café is now open!
Grab a drink, take a 15-minute break (or maybe an hour), relax and join us at the Cost Café. We are starting a new series for cost professionals everywhere. Discussing, debating, and enjoying all things cost engineering. For updates become a free member on the Society of Cost Engineers website, and follow Society of Cost Engineers on LinkedIn for updates.
On November 8th our Sponsor Makersite co-hosted a webcast on Digital Twins and Should Costing. The conversation was fantastic and very informative. If you didn’t see the webcast live, please take a moment to view it here.
September 14, we held a join webcast with our sponsor Galorath. The topic for this webcast was Cost vs Price. Please click on the link below and catchup if you missed it.
This Episode is a joint Zoom panel call conducted with Galorath. The topic is Six Predictions & Insights for 2022: How Covid will affect supply chain, programs and project. We were very happy to act as the moderator.
In this Episode Tim Root interviews Maggie Friedemann. We hope you enjoy this video.
In this episode David Jones, a good friend of the Society, speaks with the new host, Tim Root, about his career in Cost Engineering. If you’d like to suggest topics or participate in an upcoming episode, please use the comment section to let us now.
Episode 4 of the Cost Cafe’ comes to us as a discussion with Mr. Tim Root. Tim is a current member and a volunteer to assist in the growth of the Society of Cost Engineers.
Episode 3 of the Cost Cafe’ has Liam Barbaryfrom Benchmark. In this episode of The Cost Café, Liam talks about should cost modelling, managing relationships in open book costing, and the importance of carbon costing for transparency in value chain analysis within the packaging industry.
In episode 2 of the Cost Café Douglas T Hicks talks about the difference between cost and price, how to set your price, and the importance of the model in costing.
**Book Giveaway** We are giving away TWO copies of Doug’s new book (Available on Amazon https://www.amazon.com/Profitable-Expectations-Accountant-Rising-Challenge/dp/1735679607.)
To be in with a chance of winning make sure you Like and Subscribe to the YouTube channel and then join the Society of Cost Engineers as a member FOR FREE by following the link: https://societyofcostengineers.com/product/introductory-yearly-subscription-for-society-of-cost-engineers-for-2020/
The winners will be contacted by email. Competition closes on the 11th June 2021. Good luck!
If you would like to suggest a topic please add to the comments. If you would like to be a guest, please contact us through the comments as well.