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Why participate?

Every training from our Academy develops concrete, specific and practically applicable skills for effective debt collection and debt management. Each of the trainings includes theoretical modules, a variety of practical exercises and cases that allow for immediate application of learned material during the work flow. Throughout our trainings, the participants have the opportunity to have discussions with the lecturers and find solutions of specific cases during their every day work.


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Choose a date

When signing in an organized group with more than five participants, you can choose a CITY/TOWN and DATE for the conduct of the training that you have decided on. Contact us for more information.

E-mail: trainings@neocollect.bg
Telephone: 0879/061501

Specialized trainings

Is the activity of your company specific? If the processes on the organization of debt collection in your company are specific and the standard trainings do not include all the topics that could be useful to you and your employees, we, the experts at NeoCollect,can develop and conduct in-house company training, in fully accordance with the practice and aims of the company, with the clients profile and with the abilities of the trained employees.

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Ferenc De?k on the banknote of 20 000 Hungarian forints

Hungarian forints

The forint is the national currency of Hungary that is introduced in 1946 with the purpose of replacing the previous hyperinflationary currency called peng? (the Hungarian peng? holds the world record for hyperinflation and the biggest denomination has been 1021 peng?). Forint is the name of the currency of Hungary during XIV and XIX century. The origin of the word comes from Italian, from the name of Florence. On the banknote of 20 00 forint is portrayed Ferenc De?k - a Hungarian statesman and one of the ideologists of the Austro-Hungarian empire.