The Chartered Institute of Credit Management (CICM) and ITN Productions will be co-producers of a content series ‘Managing the New Credit Future,’ produced to raise awareness and develop understanding of the vital role of credit management in the current climate.
‘Managing the New Credit Future’ will address a variety of themes each centred around key areas affecting credit management in times of such deep financial uncertainty. The programme will highlight the importance of going ‘Back to basics’ to manage credit beyond the crisis, keeping cash flowing to sustain supply chains and exploring the opportunities and threats associated with ‘Increasing risk’.
The programme will also discuss the strategic challenge of ‘Doing more with less’ whilst simultaneously driving income, profit and customer excellence.
Sue Chapple, Chief Executive of CICM said: “‘Managing the New Credit Future’ will shine a spotlight on the people, processes and systems helping to address change. Professional credit management teams and strategies and sharing experiences and best-practice through programmes such as this, will be essential as we move to a period of recovery.”
Elizabeth Fisher-Robins, Head of ITN Productions Industry News said: “We’re delighted to be partnering again with the Chartered Institute of Credit Management to produce a content series that raises industry and public awareness of the vital role of credit managers in sustaining the business landscape. We hope the programme will help address many of the immediate challenges faced by organisations across the UK.’