Public Seminar

Building confidence, knowledge and skills in your receivable personnel through interactive case studies, role-play, on-site coaching, visual demonstration and class-room training.

We, together with different seminar organizers have been organizing various events in the past years. These seminar organizers are:

The European Union Chamber of Commerce in China
The American Chamber of Commerce in Southwest China
The Spanish Chamber of Commerce in China
Shanghai Pudong New Area Association of Enterprises with Foreign Investment
Guangdong International Freight Forwarders Association
Hong Kong Chamber of Commerce in China
The Hong Kong Management Association
The Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce
Federation of Hong Kong Industries

We offer complete educational programs to clients on various credit and collection topics. Our experience facilitators and trainees use unique approach of preparatory reading, video instruction, role play practice and interactive case studies to instill confidence, knowledge and skills in the collectors. You may also check under the Testimonial section for some of our customers' comments.


Alpha & Leader’s Credit Salon: Focusing on Clients’ Credit Information
Organized By :   Alpha & Leader
Date :   June 6, 2018
Time :   14:00-17:00
Venue :   Beijing
Speaker :   Richard Wong
Fees :   /
Program Highlights:   Content:
1.Cornerstone of credit management: credit check on clients;
2.Sources of client information;
3.Classification of client information;
4.What information is the most helpful in assessing credit risks of clients?
5.Important role of credit report by a third party on informed business decision.
Alpha & Leader’s Credit Salon: Account Receivables Collection Tactics and Case Study
Organized By :   Alpha & Leader
Date :   June 20, 2018
Time :   14:00-17:00
Venue :   Shanghai
Speaker :   Anson Huang
Fees :   /
Program Highlights:   Content:
1.Debtors’ common stalling tactics and excuses
2.Basic principle of account receivables collection
3.Negotiation skills
4.Guidelines for account receivables collection
5.Case study