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MALSCE Feb. 4 Proprietors Council Lunch Features Timely Topics

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MALSCE Proprietors Council Lunch
Friday, February 4, 2011, 12  Noon - 1:30 PM
The Engineering Center in Boston, One Walnut Street, Boston, MA
Cost:  $25/current MALSCE member; $35/non-member: sandwiches, salad, chips, cookies, sodas
Moderator:  Paul Tyrell, PE, PLS, STV Inc., MALSCE Board Secretary

 

Join Paul Tyrell and other MALSCE Proprietors for a fun and informative discussion of current issues affecting firms, professionals and the profession.
Open to all MALSCE members at the MALSCE Member Rate.
 

Discussion Topics:

  • Survey Firm Registration in Mass - An initiative to requiring that all firms offering Land Surveying services be required to put on record the PLSs with which it is affiliated.
  • Collections - How have you been successful in prying your payment from you clients?
  • The new Lien Law for Design Professionals and what it means to you.
  • NSPS Surveying USA on March 19 to kick off National Surveyors Week – How can this be a marketing opportunity for your firm?
  • and more

To register online for seminars and programs at the MALSCE Member Rate, you must login using your MALSCE assigned username and password.  If you do not know your MALSCE member login information, contact Bailey Boykan at 617/227-5551 or  bboykan@engineers.org
Register online with a credit card, using your login and password at:  
http://www.malsce.org/index.cfm?pk=custom&ac=viewEventDetails&eventId=MA_PROP_020411
Or email your contact information to bboykan@engineers.org  and bring your check payable to MALSCE with you on February 4.  No shows will be billed.
 
Do you have other topics for discussion by the Proprietors Council?  Contact Paul at   paul.tyrell@stvinc.com
 

 

 

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