Early bird registrations have officially opened for SA’s no 1 Debt Collection Conference, to be held with accompanying exhibition on the 22 & 23 May 2019, and a workshop on the 24 May 2019. The event takes place at Indaba Hotel, Fourways, Johannesburg, and hosted by Trade Conferences International (TCI)

High-level representatives of companies such as FutureSoft, Emerge, Arnoud van den Bout Attorneys, Registered Communication, Council for Debt Collectors of South Africa, NWU, Consumer Profile Bureau, Ninzi-Connect Software and many more will be addressing TCI’s annual Debt Collection Conference 2019.

The conference features an updated programme, giving prospective delegates a new view on factors impacting on the debt collection environment such as technology, AI, debt collection strategies, data management, legal framework and new regulations for the debt collection industry.

Michandre Van Niekerk – Senior Project Manager at Trade Conferences International – said the Debt Collection Conference has attracted over 350 attendees and 20 exhibiting companies in the last three years. This year’s conference will also include a morning workshop.

Apart from debt and credit professionals from all over Southern Africa sharing their know-how, experiences and insights with delegates, attending will also create an excellent opportunity for networking. Personnel from banks, financial institutions, debt collection agencies and call centres.

We invite all professionals dealing with debt collection to join us – Trade Conferences International – at this annual conference.
Register now for the early bird discount of R2 500.00 per person

Normal Registration fee for conference: R8 800.00 + VAT = R10 120.00 p.p.
Early bird registration fee for conference: R6 300 + VAT = R7 245 p.p.
(Value until 12 March 2019)

To register as a delegate email Michandre Van Niekerk on michandre@tci-sa.co.za
To get involved as a speaker email Michandre Van Niekerk on michandre@tci-sa.co.za
For sponsorship & exhibition inquiries email info@tci-sa.co.za, or call 011 803 1553