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Jun 01 2018
E-News June 2018

In This Issue
- Quality Education in Credit Management is a Must!
- 8 Tips for Networking Like a Pro
- Member Spotlight: Tina Hatfield
- ICEL Chair: Reasons to Attend a Professional Conference
- Sales & Credit, Interdepartment Cooperation Possible
- Credit Reporting Connections
- ICEL Recap: Economic Update

Looking Ahead

NO ICEL in June

NO CFDD in June

June 10-13
Credit Congress
Phoenix, AZ

July 16 -  Credit Boot Camp 

Save the Date

August 24, 2018
Fall Outing

Oct 10-12, 2018 
Western Region 
Credit Conference in 
Salt Lake City

Why should I submit potential members to NACM?"

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Quality Education in Credit Management is a Must!

by Rebecca Mullins, CCE, Ferguson Enterprises 

Credit management is so much more than credit limits and collections!

For some individuals it is a chosen profession, for others they have kind of just fallen into it. Let's face it, even if someone fell into credit, it has been a choice to stay. I personally fell into credit and would not change one moment about it. I have a fantastic network of credit and career minded individuals that I have served on committees and the local NACM board with, they are my peers and I would consider some of them very good friends. I have attended training seminars, conferences, and been able to ask questions or reach out a hand to help other credit managers with some tough credit ideas. In my mind, we are all in this together . . . . Read full article


8 Tips for Networking Like a Pro

by Melissa Mickelsen, CCE, Geneva Rock Products

Admittedly, I've never felt very comfortable networking. It can feel awkward, daunting and forced. But networking is a great way to achieve a myriad of goals. It can help provide new ideas and insights. It can lead to new customers, mentors and friends. It's a great way to find potential job opportunities. It can result in increased job performance as you learn from others and their experiences. And networking can help build confidence as you leave your comfort zone and form new relationships . . . . Read full article

Member Spotlight: Tina Hatfield

ICEL recently welcomed Tina Hatfield from Mountainland Supply and Contractors Heating and Cooling Supply.

Tina lives in Santaquin, Utah with her husband of 18 years and 3 children. Her family enjoys the outdoors, team sports and traveling. Tina loves to cook, bake and read. She is always looking for new . . . . Read full article

ICEL Chair: Reasons to Attend a Professional Conference

by April Tanner, CCE, Kimball Equipment

You might have heard the news - Western Region Credit Conference is in Salt Lake City this October. This is the first time our area has hosted this conference and we are quite excited. If you have not already registered and taken advantage of some early registration savings, I thought I would give you a few reasons you should attend.

This conference draws credit professionals from many states: Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Utah and Wyoming. If you live along the Wasatch Front, Southern Idaho and Western Wyoming this is the closest a credit conference has been for many years. The cost savings of having a conference close is huge . . . . Read full article

Sales & Credit, Interdepartmental Cooperation Possible
by Phil Boyer, Apex Staffing

A common thread in business is that nearly every company has experienced a certain amount of friction between their sales and credit departments. Sales teams often work long and hard trying to establish business relationships and secure orders from customers. On the back end of the equation, credit teams are often required to work just as hard to secure payment from these same customers. Both teams should be trained to recognize and appreciate the difficulties the other team must endure . . . . Read full Article

NACM Credit Reporting Connections

Protect your company - Inquire BEFORE you hire!

Now more than ever, companies need to be vigilant when hiring. Did you know that NACM can help with your due diligence? 

NACM offers a pre-employment credit report service to our members. In order to use this service, members must:

  • Have a signed agreement from the applicant to pull a personal credit report
  • Be an NACM Consumer Report user (paperwork on file with NACM)
  • The request must originate through a members HR department

The fee for this service is $15.00 for full members and $22.50 for associate members. 

Ordering is easy - to get started click for the agreement that must be completed and signed and email the completed form to rhonda@nacmint.com

ICEL Recap: Economic Update 
by Paul Stott, Sunroc Building Materials

At our May ICEL meeting we had the privilege of hearing a tremendous U.S. and Utah economic update presentation by Robert Spendlove, Senior Vice President, Economic and Public Policy Officer with Zions Bank and Utah House Representative in District 49 since January in 2014. His qualifications and resume are impressive.

We were all pleased to see statistics of the improvements in the U.S. and Utah economies in the past few years, and up to May of 2018. The presentation was full of great information and he made it easy to understand and entertaining. To see the updated May 2018 Economic Snapshot . . . . Read full article