Our team of seasoned analysts are purely focused on providing unbiased value-add analysis in our ongoing efforts to help our subscribers make prudent and well-informed business decisions.
Great Neck, NY (PRWEB) April 21, 2014
Industry-leading credit consulting firm Information Clearinghouse, Inc. (ICI), through its F&D Reports and Creditntell divisions, will host a webinar on April 24, 2014 at 2pm (Eastern) to analyze & discuss Sears Roebuck’s / Kmart’s recent operating results, current credit profile, and what assets remain to be monetized. This analyst-hosted presentation will also examine the viability of the Sears’ “transformation strategy.”
Non-subscribers who would like to attend this highly informative session are encouraged to contact us for eligibility instructions.
The webinar follows on the heels of previously hosted calls the analyst team has conducted as part of its 2014 web conference program: Toys “R” Us, J.C. Penney, Sport Chalet, and 2014 Retail Landscape. Please contact us if you would like to view/listen to any of the above archived webinars.
Commenting on the Creditntell / F&D Reports webinar program, CEO Lawrence Sarf stated, “Our webinar program is now in its 8th year and we are extremely proud that attendance has grown each year. The growing attendance is a testament to the faith that manufacturers, lenders, real estate professionals, and others have in our talented analyst team. Too often street reports and interviews have an underlying agenda, whereas our team of seasoned analysts are purely focused on providing unbiased value-add analysis in our ongoing efforts to help our subscribers make prudent and well-informed business decisions.”
Information Clearinghouse, Inc. (publisher of F&D Reports, Creditntell, & ARMS) is a foremost retail credit consulting firm specializing in the analysis of public and private companies in numerous retail segments. The focus of its analysis is to deliver the key intelligence today’s busy credit executive needs to make a highly informed decision without sifting through pages of non-essential data. To learn more, visit our websites at http://www.fdreports.com, http://www.creditntell.com, http://www.fdarms.com.