IACC Launches B2B Collections, a Free E-Newsletter for Commercial Creditors and Collectors
Staff, Staff | June 10, 2015
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CONTACT: Kellie Gates
Kellie@comsolutionsgroup.com or (215) 884-6499
International Association of Commercial Collectors Launches B2B Collections, a Free E-Newsletter for Commercial Creditors and Collectors
(MINNEAPOLIS, June 8, 2015) The International Association of Commercial Collectors (IACC)
has launched B2B Collections, a free electronic source of news, features and other information targeted to the specific needs and interests of commercial creditors, commercial collectors and those in related industries.
Each month, B2B Collections contains interesting and informative articles pertaining to commercial collections and credit and the points where they intersect. “We plan to grow this publication into a go-to clearinghouse of news and ideas on our industries, one that is responsive to our audience,” said IACC President Tom Brenan, president of Altus Global Trade Solutions, Inc., one of the largest receivables management firms in North America.
Some of B2B’s content will be written by IACC members or staff, and some by contributing writers who are experts in commercial credit. This new publication has reported on the skills and personality traits necessary for success in the collections industry, as unearthed by IACC’s recent Pulse of the Profession Survey. It also offered practical advice on recognizing when accounts should be referred to a commercial collector and how to negotiate the process of switching a slow-paying customer from credit to cash-in-advance billing.
B2B arrives in an email with summaries of that month’s stories and links. Those interested can subscribe by visiting the IACC’s website, www.commercialcollector.com
. Scroll down the home page to “sign up for our monthly industry newsletter.” Enter an email address into the box and hit “subscribe.”
The International Association of Commercial Collectors, Inc. (IACC) is an international trade association comprised of more than 350 commercial collection agencies, attorneys, law lists and vendors. With members throughout the U.S. and in 25 international countries, IACC is the largest organization of commercial collection specialists in the world. The IACC contributes to the growth and profitability of its members by delivering essential educational and professional tools and services in a highly collaborative and participatory environment. For more information, visit www.commercialcollector.com