Grow Your Network & Leadership Opportunities

January 29, 2019

We get it. Budgets are limited. Time is scarce. You need to spend your day getting the most value from your activities as possible.

But what about your professional development?  Can you put a value on increasing your value as a professional? ABI conferences and active volunteer committees are an excellent resource for those needing to both stay current and develop their networks.

ABI Committees
Getting involved with an ABI committee is one of the most effective ways to build relationships with similarly focused practitioners. ABI's active committees focus on 18 specific areas of insolvency. Serving on a committee provides the opportunity to expand your professional network, strengthen ties with the industry, and develop a leadership role within your peer community. Each committee publishes a quarterly newsletter, plans educational sessions for ABI's large conferences, and hosts a variety of webinars throughout the year. 

ABI Conferences
ABI holds more than 40 conferences annually, so there is sure to be one near you. Conferences range from one to four days, and all have numerous opportunities to improve your knowledge and grow your network. 

ABI’s largest national meeting, the Annual Spring Meeting (ASM), is held each spring in D.C. and would be a perfect way for you to get started as a member. ASM is THE event for up-and-coming professionals. Plus, membership is included in your registration! 

Register for ASM before the Early Bird Deadline of February 8 
and automatically be entered into a raffle for an exclusive 
VIP reception with our keynote speaker, 
Bob Woodward!

 

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