Free Teleseminar: Top 10 Misconceptions about Government & Student Loan Markets

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Net Gain Marketing, Inc. (NGM) has announced that Nick Bernardo will conduct a free teleseminar, entitled Top 10 Misconceptions about Government/Student Loan Markets, on Wednesday, June 26, 2013, starting at 12:00 PM EST.  Click here to sign up for the teleseminar: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/743188066

According to data shown at www.mygovwatch.com, less than 10% of all local government entities, which number more than 23,000, are currently outsourcing collection activities in any shape or form.  At the Federal level, based on its own estimates, the U.S. Department of Education alone expects to pay its collectors more than $700 million in fees in 2015, compared to $500 million in 2012, a 40% increase.  The U.S. Department of the Treasury publishes a report annually detailing growth in these areas, which is available for download here: http://www.netgain4results.com/net-gain-marketing/b2g/federal-debt-report

As companies try to determine where they may fit in, they should attend the teleseminar to learn more about the top ten myths surrounding these two related markets, including:

  • Whether government/student loan contracts tend to go to the lowest bidder.
  • The amount of time it takes to enter these markets.
  • The type of licensing that is needed to enter the marketplace.
  • And more!

NGM is a full-service marketing agency operating primarily within the call center and credit and collection industries, with core competencies in sales and marketing planning, communications consulting, public relations, RFP/RFI response, government contracting consulting, web design, and email marketing.  Learn more at www.netgain4results.com.

 

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