BHETA holds next event in popular Credit forum series
BHETA is holding its next Credit Forum on March 15th including its regular update on all current credit and risk management issues in the retail sector.
These three per year events are growing in popularity with the most recent – in November 2017 – the best attended ever. Feedback from the November event included comments from Amefa UK: “Great to share best practices…. Very informative.” VegTrug Limited added, “Extremely useful and highly recommended” while The Rayware Group concluded, “These meetings are invaluable…. Friendly and food for thought for other areas of the business.”
BHETA Credit Forums are open to all members and update attendees on the latest credit and risk management issues in retail trading. Agendas include current trading climate, specific retail accounts and how they are performing against trading terms, topical issues such as GDPR as well as a general overview of the retail sector. Aimed at credit and finance professionals, the March event will as usual be co-hosted by Acumen Credit Insurance Brokers and Experian and is workshop and discussion-based.
Credit Forums start at 9.30 am at Federation House, Vyse Street, Birmingham.
BHETA members who have not previously been to a Credit Forum are invited free of charge on the first occasion, while a full Credit Forum membership costs £350 per annum for the three sessions.
Commenting on the event, homewares sector director, Will Jones said, “Being a member of the Credit Forum brings many benefits, not least the latest information but also mutual support. As with all BHETA events, the networking opportunity always proves valuable as well.”
BHETA members interested in attending should contact Dawn Clarke in the Member Services Team on 0121 237 1130 or email at email@example.com.
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