September 10-12, 2019 | Red Rock Hotel | Las Vegas, Nevada
The Millennial Peer Group will again come together and meet at Debt Connection Symposium and Expo 2019. This peer network, is an elite network of young professionals in the industry focused on issues of relevance to Millennials. Whether you meet the age requirements of a Millennial, or think like a Millennial, or just have an interest in Millennials – this group can be for you.
It’s designed by Millennials, and those interested in the Millennial mindset, or wanting to better understand the Millennial customer, employee, boss or family member. Meet others interested in all topics relevant to Millennials. Discussion topics may include: Millennial Career Paths – Encouraging Millennials in Your Organization; Communication with Millennials; Communicating on the “Work/Life Balance” Conundrum; Communication with Different Generations; Paying Off Student Loan Debt; Demystifying and Debunking Some of the Millennial Myths; Social Media in the Workplace; and, Reaching Millennials.
The organizational Millennial Peer Group meeting will be facilitated by Matt Justice, President of Professional Bureau of Collections of Maryland. Matt understands Millennials from a personal perspective, as well as a leader of his company, with many millennial employees. Whether thinking about getting millennials to pay, contacting millennials or developing millennials to manage and lead within the organization – all topics are of interest.To start the conversation, if you’re attending DCS2019, and interested in the group – let us know. We’d like to hear from you. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Professional Bureau of Collections of Maryland Inc.
Topic: Millennial Peer Group - Kickoff Meeting (Open to All Attendees)
Biography: Matt joined PBCM after completing his Masters’ Degree in International Business at Concordia University – Wisconsin in 2011. While in Graduate School, Matt worked for wealth management firm Wells Fargo Advisors. Matt spent the first few months at PBCM as a collector to learn the operations side before transitioning in to the sales and marketing department when he was promoted to Client Relationship Manager. He now helps coordinate and manage PBCM’s sales and marketing efforts as the VP of Business Development. He has over 5 years of experience in the collection industry.