|By PR Newswire||
|April 3, 2014 02:01 AM EDT||
LONDON, April 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
Clayton M Coke, founder & Managing Director of Ethical Debt Recovery™ Company PRMS Ltd, is to deliver a workshop at the forthcoming Elite Business Event. The event is part of the Elite Business National Conference and Exhibition which takes place at The Old Truman Brewery, London on 10th and 11th April 2014.
Mr Coke's seminar is titled Debt Recovery: The Elephant in the Room or The Big Bad Wolf and will explore the impact of Debt Recovery in relation to growing businesses. He commented: "For many years businesses were complacent and almost ignorant about the importance of debt recovery and whether it had a place in their businesses. However, the extended nature of this recession has shown that it is something that's important for every business large or small."
Data from the Federation of Small Businesses shows that more than half of SMEs are not paid promptly by large companies, with an average wait of 58 days between completion and payment. SMEs were owed more than £36bn in late payments in 2013 but in 2014 that figure has jumped 52% to around £55bn with £30,000 outstanding for one in five SMEs.
Mr Coke's Debt Recovery: the Elephant in the Room or the Big Bad Wolf workshop takes place at 3.15 pm on Thursday 10th April in the Workshop Room Number 5. Questions will be taken from the audience at the end of the seminar.
PRMS Ltd is also exhibiting at Elite Business Event at Stand 25.
1) Clayton M Coke, founder and Managing Director of PRMS Ltd, is delivering a workshop entitled 'Debt Recovery: The Elephant In The Room or The Big Bad Wolf ' at 3.15pm on Thursday 10th April in the Workshop Room Number 5 Elite Business National Conference and Exhibition. The Old Truman Brewery, 15 Hanbury St, London E1 6QR Questions will be taken from the audience at the end of the seminar.
2) PRMS Ltd was founded in 2002 to bring Ethical Debt Recovery ™, Credit control and Cash flow Management Consultancy™ services to businesses in the UK, Europe and the rest of the world
3) The company is based in More London Riverside, London.
4) Clayton M Coke has over 20 years experience in Debt Recovery, having trained and worked as a Legal Executive in Private Practice, in-house and in Central/ Local Government. He is an avid networker and uses LinkedIn and Twitter as his business tools of choice for both making new business connections as well as commenting on current debt recovery and business trends.
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