February – March 2014
Stop by the Tolles Fireplace on the 3rd floor of the Academic Center for a free demonstration of safe, sustainable cleaning products. Hosted by the Sustainability Club.
Join us for an evening exploring the coastal waters of Alaska with professor and author Paul Twardock. Paul has worked and taught at Alaska Pacific University in Anchorage since 1988. He is the author of Kayaking and Camping in Prince William Sound, and founder of the Alaska Sea Kayaking Symposium and the Alaska Natural History Symposium.
Accounts Receivable Management and Effective Collection Practices
If you extend credit to others to encourage sales or adapt to standard practices in your industry, you know that accounts receivables drain cash, are add administrative hassle, cause worry and, occasionally, go bad. This seminar will help you create an easy, systemic process to oversee your receivables, develop prompt payment habits from clients and deal with slow pay clients professionally and effectively.
Topics that will be covered in this program include:
- Credit applications and pre-qualification of client risk.
- The cost of out of control receivables to your business
- Early steps that offer friendly encourage for prompt payment
- Dealing with past due clients professionally and assertively
- Steps to take to accelerate the collection process (legal, collection agencies and small claims court).
The presentation will be led by Randy Rudasics, Manager of the Yampa Valley Entrepreneurship Center at CMC and a SCORE business counselor. Prior to his role at CMC, Randy owned and operated a staffing service in Indiana where he managed receivables in excess of one million dollars including the extension of credit and collections. Randy also spent many years with Hewlett Packard where he oversaw receivables and financing activities for a $250 million dollar territory.
Cost is $15, includes seminar, light snacks and coffee.
Please arrive on time.
To register, please call 970- 870-4491
The Success Steps Seminar Series is held monthly on topics of interest to local businesses and entrepreneurs in the Yampa Valley.
The Series is a collaborative effort of the Colorado Mountain College Yampa Valley Entrepreneurship Center, the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association and SCORE.
You tweet therefore you are-or not. Twitter is, in fact, the most misunderstood social media on the planet, so this workshop will focus on the why and how of followers, following, and hashtags. The goal is to turn Twitter into a must-have daily tool for you, regardless of your goals and/or your business. Completion of the Social Media I and Social Media II workshops in January is highly recommended, but not required.
Senior (62+) scholarships available for this class.
Join CMC instructor Miranda Watson for this open Canvas “office hour” at the Spring Valley Campus, in Quigley Library’s computer lab, room 115. Ask her your Canvas questions and get face-to-face help. Drop-ins welcome. Miranda will provide assistance on a first-come, first-served basis.
If you have any questions about this course, please contact the Office of Innovations at (970) 947-8408 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
No advance registration is required. We will track attendance and so your participation will be listed on your CMC professional development transcript. To view yours: Log into WebAdvisor > Credit Students menu> Transcript > choose Employee Training in the drop-down menu. Add more professional development to your transcript and life!