From investors to managers, business leaders need to understand the true value of companies, but many of the traditional methods are outdated and incomplete. Emory University Goizueta Business School's Professor Dan McCarthy joins to discuss customer-based corporate valuation, including the critical role customer lifetime value plays in driving a company’s success.
For more insight and if you're interested in knowing more, then check out Dan's conversation that includes why customer data points are most important to monitor and how investors and managers stand to benefit from this approach.
It's right here on the Goizueta Effect podcast.
Dan is an Assistant Professor of Marketing at Goizueta Business School. His research centers on customer lifetime value, limited data problems, data privacy, and the marketing-finance interface. He is regularly featured as a key expert, with recent coverage in the Harvard Business Review, Wall Street Journal, Fortune, The Economist, and CNBC.
If you're looking to connect or arrange an interview – simply click on his icon now to book a time today.
Daniel McCarthy Assistant Professor of Marketing
Marketing expert focused upon methodologies and frameworks for predicting customer behavior to better understand firm-level outcomes