A few thoughts from
Jon Flora, President & CEO
Halloween is over and now, hopped up on leftover candy, we’re all teeing up for the final push of 2019.
This means educational opportunities designed especially for you.
In the coming weeks, we have a number of offerings. For most, you won’t even have to leave your office. They include our monthly webinar (NOTE THE SPECIAL PRICING), a half day on-line class on how to make better use of Microsoft Outlook, and our Alaska Holiday Luncheon and Seminar in Anchorage. Details on each follow and all require a registration. Check out our Events Calendar to get the specifics and to register.
Coming in January, our 4th annual Hawaii Winter Credit Forum returns to the shores of Waikiki. The last few years, we have enjoyed a great turnout from our island members and had a good group of mainlanders, too. Wherever you reside, this will be a full day of excellent programming made all the better by fun social activities. Air fares to Hawaii are reasonable, so this is a great time to consider mixing business with pleasure.
I also want to direct you to the latest episode of The Credit Roundtable podcast. This time, we focus on our government relations activities. Why do we lobby on your behalf and what’s that really mean? It’s important to the companies we represent. So, give it a listen.
If you’re in the process of writing a new resume, there’s a link to an article about the “7 most annoying mistakes” people make on resumes. We thought you might find it useful if you’re reading resumes, too.
Finally, I want to draw your attention to the Amazon Smile link. By selecting NACM Scholarship Foundation, Inc, as your beneficiary, you can make a very positive impact this holiday season. This link allows you to have a small percentage of your purchase go to our professional scholarship fund. It doesn’t cost you any more and all the money we receive helps us make larger and more frequent educational awards to you and your colleagues. Thanks for helping out.
For everyone at NACM Business Credit Services, I wish you and yours a very Happy Thanksgiving. Here’s to a terrific November.