The AICDP event in Bratislava is fast approaching and we are delighted to announce that The American Chamber of Commerce is supporting and attending the event.
There is still time to reserve your place – www.aicdp.global
The Agenda Includes:
- Brexit from a Central & Eastern Europe Perspective
- Internationalising Credit Management – an evolution
- International Trading in an uncertain World
- Innovative Technologies in Credit Management
- Future Trends in Shared Services
This prestigious event is free to all AICDP members, Partners, and all operational Credit & Collection Professionals. Book your place today – visit – www.aicdp.global
BOOK YOUR PLACE We have limited places available at this key event and encourage you to register early. We expect lively debate and critical appraisal on what are clearly very topical subjects. Our international participants and audience assure us of a good cross-section of views to provide us with well-balanced opinions. Your attendance at this event is free and contributes to your CPD hours Agenda.
Last week, AICDP held its successful Central & Eastern European launch event in Bratislava. We are delighted with the calibre of the speakers and the key presentations delivered over the 2 days. The credit profession is undergoing a rapid change in an uncertain world and the business presentations and discussions help to showcase how AICDP is working for the benefit of members for information and support.
Thank you also to those who came along to support the launch, the number of delegates certainly exceeded our expectations and showcased the power of what can be achieved when we work together.
The event was closed by Ingrid Brocková, Director General of Economic Cooperation, Ministry of Foreign & European Affairs, who welcomed delegates to Slovakia and gave an enlightening presentation on the economic outlook for the country and wider world markets.
Presentations during the event covered:
Brexit from a Central & Eastern Europe Perspective
Internationalising Credit Management – an evolution
International Trading in an uncertain World
Innovative Technologies in Credit Management
Future Trends in Shared Services