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Profitability Solutions Executive Forum - MHEDA
Chicago, United States - 7th and 8th March 2003
Seminar / workshop

Teaching - Michael Marks, Indian River Consulting Group
Plus, MHEDA Member Presentations
MHEDA recommends that CEOs/Presidents should attend with their top financial officer
Lecture and group discussion on essential profitability issues:

- Margin improvement
- Non-payroll cost reduction
- Organization structure alternatives.
You will leave with a practical, individualized action plan for your company.
The DiSC (Distributor Statistical Comparison) Report will be utilized during this

The DiSC Report examines specific financial comparisons to industry norms in expenses, gross margin and employee productivity. Results profiled in this report are based on income statements, balance sheets and operating data provided by MHEDA Members across the country.

Participants of the 2002 Report should bring their company specific reports with them. Attendees who have not participated in the study will receive a copy of the 2002 report and will be asked to participate in the 2003 study.

7th and 8th March 2003

Friday, March 7th – 7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Saturday, March 8th – 7:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. (GMT -06:00) Central Time (US & Canada)

Holiday Inn O’Hare International (Chicago, IL)

Member - $650 1st person from your company Member - $850 2 people from your company Non-Member $1,000 per person

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