Adam Parks to Attend 2018 NCBA (formerly NARCA) Spring Conference in Austin, Texas
Adam Parks, CEO of Adam Parks, Inc., will visit Austin, Texas from May 16 to 19, 2018 to attend the National Creditor Bar Association’s (NCBA) Spring Conference to receive on-going education and strategize with collection law firm service providers. NCBA hosts this bi-annual conference to provide professionals with opportunities to network, meet service providers, and stay current with relevant content through educational opportunities.
During the NCBA Spring Conference, participants have access to exhibitors, on-going education, and networking opportunities with peers. This year marks the 25th Anniversary of the first NCBA Collection Conference. With over 750 anticipated attendees, this conference is expected to provide new opportunities for participants.
“Attending the NCBA Spring Conference underscores my dedication to the receivables management industry. The opportunity to network and increase our offerings through new and expanded strategic partnerships is instrumental to success in our business,” Mr. Parks said. “What’s great about these conferences is the perspective we gain from dialogue with other professionals who are attending. The varied expertise represented at the conference encompasses the entire revenue cycle as well as the many subsidiaries that are essential in our industry.”
ABOUT Adam Parks
For 15 years, Adam Parks has focused on the development of technology in niche markets to improve operations, marketing, and compliance. He is a founding partner of ComplyARM, founder of Adam Parks, Inc., CEO of BrandingArc, CAO at Investment Retrievers, and Secretary of the Receivables Management Association. Headquartered in Port Saint Lucie, Florida, Adam Parks, Inc. is committed to the continual development and enhancement of digital management systems, industry compliance, and digital marketing.
ABOUT National Creditors Bar Association (NCBA)
The National Creditors Bar Association is a trade association founded in 1992. Initially comprised of a handful of attorneys who wanted to develop the retail collection business, NCBA now serves 536 law firms throughout the U.S., Canada, Puerto Rico, and the U.K. NCBA works with creditor clients, helps consumers, and collaborates with judges, court representatives, and lawmakers.