Branch Diary

January 2006
Credit Management;Jan2006, p46
Trade Publication
The article presents a calendar of events related to credit and debt management scheduled to be held in January 2006 in Great Britain. The meeting "AGM and annual quiz," will be held in Thames Valley on January 7, which is open to everyone, including non-members. The "AGM & Wine Tasting," will be held in Yorkshire Ridings on January 10. "Travel Packages," a presentation on Internet packages available, and travel insurance by Penny Howe will be held on January 11 in West Midlands. Another event on a debtor court hearing, "A tour of Oldham County Court," which will include presentations form a District Judge and a Bailiff Manager is scheduled to held in North West on January 16. The presentation "Get the money in, OK!," by the Former Chairman of Chartered Institute of Marketing and Current CEO of the Dairy Council for North Ireland, Mike Johnston, will take place on January 25 in Northern Ireland. Another meeting "AGM," which will be followed by a talk by ICM Vice President Ted Brown will take place on January 25 in South Wales.


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