The LACEF Conference 2021: Principal Hotel, York
Reventus were proud organisers and sponsors of the 2021 LACEF annual conference.
On the 21st of October, we all descended upon the Principal York Hotel for a day of speakers and discussions important to Local Authorities and relevant businesses.
After the previous years’ conference was postponed, it was important to Reventus that this event be a success and enjoyed by all attendees. The feedback we have received has been fantastic.
“Fantastic organization with some really interesting speakers. Great insight into the debt industry from all sectors”
“I was very impressed with the speakers and the overall organization. I really enjoyed meeting up with all you guys at Reventus.”
We couldn’t have done it without sponsorship
Conferences are always a collaborative effort, and they require time and resources to arrange. So, in recognition of the support, we would like to thank all the sponsors that enabled us to put the event together.
Thank you to:
Whyte & Co.
Wilkin Chapman llp
Court Enforcement Specialists
Crown Commercial Service
And thanks to everyone on the day
There would be no conference at all if people hadn’t given up their time to speak with the attendees. We would like to thank Andrew Hobley from Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman for doing a fantastic job as Master of Ceremonies and our speakers:
Steve Coppard from Cabinet Office: Post COVID Debt Management – Rebuilding and Recovering.
Barry Conway from Reventus: Raising Awareness of Digital Inequalities in Civil Enforcement
Mark Fowler, London Borough of Barking & Dagenham: Single View of Debt
Dave McKay from McKay Consulting: Artificial Intelligence – Assessing the Promise
Paul Whyte from Whyte & Co: Sensible Enforcement – Post Covid
Michael Sowerby and Art Mitchells-Urwin from the Cabinet Office: Enhancing Council Tax Debt Recovery using Digital Economy Act to Access HMRC & DWP Data
Darren Kelk from Ascendant Solutions: Blended Data Solutions to Identify Affordability and Vulnerability
Helen Lord from The Vulnerability Registration Services: Identifying Vulnerability
Russell Hamblin Boone from CIVEA: The Enforcement Conduct Authority – What Does it Mean for You?
Alan Wood from Penham Excel: Intelligence Journey – The Ups and Downs of Multiple Data Sources
Lee Edmonds from Crown Commercial Services: Debt Resolution Services
Steve Preston from Elanev: Data for Good. Using Geospatial Data to Deliver Value
Zoe Kent from Swale Borough Council: Data Sharing amongst Authorities
Daniel Pearce from Telsolutions: Chatbots and the Conversation Commerce Future Trends for Enforcement Applications
Congratulations to our Raffle Winner
It is our pleasure to announce that Keith Teesdale from Northumberland County Council was the winner of the LACEF raffle. We sincerely hope he enjoys the Fortnum & Mason Hamper.
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Looking forward to next year
This year was a roaring success, and we are looking forward to seeing everyone together again in 2022.
Finally, we would like to thank all those who attended and spent the day with us.
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