FCA Proud to Offer Live, In-Person Networking and Educational Opportunities at Annual Conference

The Florida Collectors Association is proud and excited to announce that it will be hosting the first live industry event since March when it holds its annual conference October 7-9 in Sarasota, Florida.

The event will be a joint live/virtual conference, offering everyone in the industry with the chance to participate in person or via their computers at home. The event will take place at the Hyatt Regency Sarasota right on the bay.

The hotel and the association are taking all the necessary precautions to ensure that individuals who choose to attend the event in person will be as safe as possible. This hotel has been hosting successful conferences at minimal inconvenience to guests with 100% focus on your safety.

“We’re so excited to be able to offer the industry the chance to come together in person and learn and network with one another again,” said Matt Kiefer, the president of the Florida Collectors Association. “This is a time of tremendous change for the industry and staying on top of new developments, litigation trends, TCPA developments, and changing technology has never been more important.”

The event will feature:

  • A presentation from Robin Rock with the Federal Trade Commission
  • The Office of Financial Regulation with the state of Florida
  • Jeremy Mapes on security and technology concerns in the age of COVID-19 A
  • An attorney panel on litigation trends in our state, TCPA, and new workers comp litigation, and
  • Round Table & Best Practices
  • Networking
  • A presentation on Leadership with David Kelley.

For those who are unable to make it to Sarasota to participate in person, all of the events will be streamed and be available online. As will opportunities to interact with exhibitors and sponsors of the event. Sponsors include:

  •  Connect International
  •  NPC
  •  Payment VIsion
  •  Repay
  •  Applied Innovation
  •  BillingTree
  •  CRM Corp.
  •  Payment Savvy
  •  Renkim
  •  VoApps

So much in the industry has changed in the months since the COVID-19 pandemic struck the United States. More people — including many in the credit and collection industry — are working from home and the economic situation nationwide has shifted. A work-from-home workforce creates new security challenges and your agency needs to be proactive rather than reactive. Participating in the FCA’s annual conference will provide much-needed information to help companies succeed in the present and plan for the future.

More details about the event are available by visiting: https://www.fla-collectors.com/2020_annual_conference.php.

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