Media Financial Management Association (MFM) will host their February Lunch & Learn titled, The Distraction Factor: How interruptions steal your time and impact the bottom line, on Thursday, February 18th at 1:00 pm ET. Pulling from workplace studies that show business interruptions can result in $588B in losses annually, MFM has assembled an expert panel that will discuss the nature of today’s interruption culture, and ways that media companies are battling these distractions to improve profits and foster a happier, more productive workforce.
Presenters for this event are: Susie Hedrick, President & COO, vCreative; Tim Swift, COO, WideOrbit; Asa Darrow, VP, Design & Production, TEGNA; and Sarah Foss, CIO, Entercom.
Upon completing the webinar, participants will: be able to explain how interruptions steal time and affect their company’s bottom line; and identify ways to minimize distractions, thus improving profits and providing employees with a more efficient and productive work environment.
Eligible attendees will earn one (1) CPE credit for the session. The registration fee for the webinar is $25 for individual members (a 50% discount courtesy of vCreative), $75 for non-members, and no charge for MFM Corporate Members. An additional $20 late fee will be charged for registrations made after Wednesday, February 17. More information about CPE prerequisites along with an online registration form are available on MFM’s website. For questions, e-mail Mandy.Aoieong@mediafinance.org.
About MFM and BCCA
Media Financial Management Association (MFM) is the premiere resource for financial professionals for media industry education, networking, and information sharing throughout the U.S. and Canada. More information about MFM is available on its website: https://www.mediafinance.org and via its updates on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. Its BCCA subsidiary serves as the media industry’s credit association. BCCA’s revenue management services encompass a variety of credit reports on national and local media advertisers and agencies, including Media Whys, a credit report for media businesses which offers a credit score based on industry-specific aging combined with trade data from Experian or D+B. More information about BCCA is available at http://www.bccacredit.com as well as its updates on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.