[Dipleague] Effective Debt Collection and Recovery Program 27-29 March, Caribbea Hotel, Kariba

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Mon Mar 18 08:07:45 CAT 2019


In any harsh economic environment or where there is uncertainty with  
regards to the near future business environment in any economy,  
debtors  may drag payment to survive and some literally struggle to  
pay. This results in organisations experiencing collection and debt  
recovery problems.

This programme will guide you through difficult times in debt  
collection and recovery. Knowing exactly what and how to tackle debt  
collection issues effectively and efficiently.

The workshop is designed to develop the skills and knowledge in  
managing credit portfolios and ascertaining acceptable credit risk, by  
introducing basic analytical techniques and tools and essential credit  
risk analysis methodology.

Key Takeaways
Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to;
•	Understand in-depth the real reasons why debtors cannot pay
•	Understand the collection process and its prerequisites for a  
successful business
•	Select the appropriate collection strategies to improve cash flow  
and minimize bad debt losses
•	Develop and formulate effective debt collection policy framework for  
their organisation

Who Should Attend
This workshop is for executives involved or responsible in  
formulating, enforcing and implementing credit
policies, and debt collection.
•	Collection Officers                                                   
Sales & Marketing Executives
•	Credit Officers & Analyst                                             
Business Owners and Operations
•	Customer service and Relationship managers

For Brochure Request and Registration Kindly Contact the undersigned.

Regina Mapfumo
Business Development Manager
Tel: +263 4 573115 Mobile: +263 773 443 174
Email: reginam at cmd-int.net

An organization’s ability to learn, and translate that learning into  
action rapidly, is the ultimate competitive advantage. — Jack Welch





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