Referrals

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.


Association Opportunities

State Chapters
A vital resource for networking and education at the local level.
For your chapter information, 
click here for State Chapters on NACVA.com.

NACVA Member Directory
The NACVA headquarters staff refers dozens of your potential clients on a weekly basis to the Member Directory where they can search for experts by industry, city, state, or zip code. We also exhibit and advertise within the legal community building awareness of the CVA and MAFF credentials driving your potential clients to the Member Directory. We encourage you to complete your member profile listing and update it regularly.
View the Member Directory on NACVA.com here.

NACVA Support Group Application
There are many ways members can be involved in NACVA. If you are interested in accelerating your own growth having a path to: build a network of peer support through an Association sponsored activity; plug into the profession at a higher, more active and visible level which helps in professional development; and build your resume by referencing and boasting about Association activities and accomplishments supporting the discipline, fill out the Support Group Application with which you can submit/express your interest in getting involved in a variety of capacities. We depend on the participation of members like you for growth and expansion of services and benefits to our members. 
For more information, 
click here for the Support Group Application on NACVA.com.

Social Networking
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NACVA on Twitter
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Watch our NACVA Video Network YouTube Channel
NACVA on Instagram


Training and Conference Networking

Business Valuation & Financial Litigation Super Conference
The profession’s leading financial valuation analysts will address relevant topics and big issues to arm you with technical knowledge, intellectual capital and practice building strategies like no other events in the profession. 
View the Business Valuation & Financial Litigation Super Conference website here. 

On-Demand Webinars

 


Get Published—Write an Article and Gain Recognition

QuickRead
Contributing to the QuickRead will give you exposure to tens of thousands of professionals and place you squarely in the national spotlight as an expert in your field. And you will become part of the prestigious and elite QuickRead editorial team, which can be used in your curriculum vitae.
If you are interested in being a contributing author to QuickRead, click here.

The Value Examiner®
Getting an article published under your byline in The Value Examiner can help you build a reputation as an eminent authority in your area of expertise. As an author in the Examiner, you would also enjoy the benefits of: increased visibility among 6,500 subscribers and 13,000 pass-along readers; building your curriculum vitae (CV); earning Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credit; obtaining reprints of your article for distribution to clients, prospects, and referral sources;  and receiving a PDF version of your article to post on your website. The Value Examiner has received the APEX Award of Excellence in publishing ten years in a row.
For information on publishing articles in The Value Examiner, click here.