How Do I Build My Network of Referral Sources?The greatest source for generating business in any professional discipline is referrals. And referral business does not come by happenstance. It comes as a result of calculated moves on your part, moves—not move—being the operative word. Often practitioners mistakenly believe that with one action taken, they will reap many dividends. This simply is not the case; if it was, everyone would be rich. Building an ironclad network of referral business requires taking many steps, taking them repeatedly, over many months and years. It requires a discipline that must be built into your psyche to where it becomes practically a habit. Follow this advice, and you will succeed in your pursuits.
Networking and Involvement
State ChaptersA vital resource for networking and education at the local level.
For more information, click here for State Chapters on NACVA.com.
NACVA BoardsPowerful social and professional bonds made through advancing the goals and objectives of the Association. The NACVA Boards consist of those individuals elected by the membership or assigned by the Executive Advisory Board and designated the responsibility to oversee areas of activity deemed critical to the integrity and credibility of the Association.
Particularly, this includes membership qualification, quality of education, and certification criteria. The Boards' purview includes the formation and recommendation of policy to govern the Association's affairs. In carrying out these responsibilities, the Executive Advisory Board assists and oversees the activities of Boards.
View the NACVA Board information on NACVA.com.
Annual Consultants' ConferenceThe SuperConference of the business valuation and financial forensic profession. Simply the best and the only conference you should attend!
View the Annual Consultants' Conference website here.
Social NetworkingThe world's best thinkers, ideas, and information shared online. Get connected!
Mentor Support GroupHave a quick question? Need a quick answer? Ask an expert!
Resources for finding, choosing, and working with mentors for expanded and in-depth support.
For more information on the Mentor Support Group contact NACVA's Member/Client Services at (800) 677-2009.
Speakers BureauOpportunity for members to further their careers by teaching and presenting, gaining exposure nationally. Over the past 12 years, the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts (NACVA) has maintained a database of speakers/presenters to facilitate the need for presenters throughout the U.S. in the areas of business valuation, litigation consulting and other related topics. NACVA's Speakers Bureau is comprised of a group of professionals who are interested in presenting seminars at conferences, symposiums, and luncheons and making special presentations for the accounting, legal and various professional organizations.
For more information on the Speakers Bureau, contact NACVA Member/Client Services at (800) 677-2009.
As you might imagine, there are many ways members can be involved in NACVA. If you are interested in taking part in our growth and development or merely obtaining qualified referral services from Headquarters (HQ), simply complete the following Application. We depend on the participation of members like you for growth in and expansion of services and benefits to our members.
NACVA Support Group Application
For more information, click here for the Support Group Application on NACVA.com.
Subcontracting Opportunities for NACVA
As you might imagine, there are many ways members can be involved in NACVA. If you are interested in taking part in our growth and development or merely obtaining qualified referral services from Headquarters (HQ), please contact Pam Bailey (PamB1@NACVA.com), NACVA’s Executive Director, with your expression of interest along with any collateral material you wish. We depend on the participation of members like you for growth in and expansion of services and benefits to our members.
NACVA Member DirectoryA full listing of all NACVA members with contact details as provided, and searchable by several criteria. This directory is available to help locate individuals to provide a wide range of consulting and mentoring services in valuation and damages determinations, litigation support, as expert witnesses, in M&A, Exit Planning, and a variety of related services.
View the Member Directory on NACVA.com here.
QuickRead Editorial TeamOpportunity to contribute to the primary source for current news and information highlights in areas of interest to the financial forensics consultant.
Join the QuickRead Editorial Team on QuickReadBuzz.com.
The Value Examiner®The Value Examiner® is an independent, professional development journal dedicated to the exploration of value and its ramifications for consultants. It is the singular source of timely, technical, in-depth articles written for consultants by practitioners and academics at the top of their respective fields. The distinguished authors bring expertise acquired from years of training and experience to bear upon topics both practical and theoretical.
Each issue of The Value Examiner contains substantive, peer-reviewed articles—the kind you'll want to archive for future reference—drawn from a spectrum of consulting disciplines: Business Valuation, Forensic Accounting, Mergers and Acquisitions, Fraud Risk Management, Business and Intellectual Property Damages, Healthcare Consulting, Exit Planning, and Practice Development. The kind of articles that will put you—and keep you—ahead of the curve.
Learn more about the The Value Examiner ® Publication here.
National Litigation Consultants' Review (NLCR)A publication of information, guidance, and resources from the nation's leading financial forensics experts.
Learn more about the National Litigation Consultants' Review here.