Some of the worst RAFM conference organizers have seemingly given up.
For a discipline that works with numbers, we seem to have a blind spot when it comes to analyzing the number of women in our ranks.
Fraudsters adopt new identities so they can repeat their scam, but some dodgy RAFM conferences do not bother to change names.
So-called ‘fraud expert’ Daniel Flöckinger has doubled down on calling himself an imposter by promising to engage a lawyer to fight the conspiracy which has ‘damaged his name’.
The infamous fraud expert denounced himself as a fake, then deleted the evidence.
Why would an RAFM event organizer want to avoid publicity on a website read by RAFM professionals?
This July, BT’s London HQ will be the venue for a unique two-day event that brings together some of our profession’s most familiar names and faces.
Whatever you may have read in the brochures supplied by conference companies, the answer is no.
A Commsrisk reader tells how Quintus, organizers of an upcoming RAFM conference in Vienna, have misled prospective sponsors.
The CMO of Falcon Business Research used LinkedIn to assert that events run by Quintus and SBC Compliance are ‘scams’.