Orlando, FL (PRWEB) May 14, 2005
The American Cash Flow AssociationÂs annual convention in San Francisco may be the largest gathering of its kind ever.
To be held May 26-29 at the San Francisco Hilton, Cash Flow 2005, ACFAÂs 11th annual meeting, is expected to attract over 3,000 ACFA members.
ÂWe were in San Francisco in 1998, and that convention was our biggest ever, despite several very successful conventions since that time,Â said Cathy Simmons, ACFAÂs convention director. ÂWe know people love to come to this city, so IÂm not surprise that registrations are up, and we have exceeded our original room block.Â
The Exhibit Hall is also larger this time around with a greater variety of funding sources and service providers prepared to meet the consultants they rely on to bring them business. The number of breakout speaker sessions has also increased from 73 to 98 different cash flow professionals prepared to share their secrets with the member consultants.
ÂEven though the cash flow industry does not require consultants to earn a set amount of continuing education credits, truly successful consultants know they must learn about the new techniques and methods of working in the cash flow industry and must meet the funding sources who have become part of the industry,Â said Simmons. ÂPlain and simple, Cash Flow conventions are where they can do that. This is not a business trip where people come to vacation and have a good time. Our members are serious about improving their skills and becoming better at what they do.Â
ÂWe will also be unveiling our online business management system, CashFlowProÂ, which was developed by our Web development team. It will enable our members to streamline their businesses and offer even better service to their clients,Â said Simmons.
The convention also serves as a time and place to induct new members into ACFAÂs Million Dollar Club, a distinction afforded to the most successful consultants. In San Francisco, 13 members from across the United States and Canada will be inducted.
The cash flow industry helps individuals and businesses convert payments they receive over time Â from privately held mortgages or other installment contracts, business notes, invoices structured settlements, lottery or casino winnings, or a variety of other debt instruments Â into a lump sum of cash today. Members of the
American Cash Flow AssociationÂ® (http://association.americancashflow.com)service those individuals and businesses by finding investors interested in purchasing their payment streams. The American Cash Flow AssociationÂ® (http://www.americancashflow.com) is a national member organization serving the cash flow industry, which fosters growth, pioneers advancement of the industry, and supports its membership with products and services. The Association promotes professional standards and provides a forum for communications, including the exchanges of ideas and transaction of business, leading to success in the cash flow industry.
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