InfoSeptember 26, 2016 · Health
David Engelhardt & Scott Carson to address thousands at 2016 Plastic Surgery ‘The Meeting’
David Engelhardt, Advisor to the Board of Directors and Scott Carson,Founding Board Member of the Aesthetic and Cosmetic Business Association (ACBA) will be guest speakers at the 2016 American Society of Plastic Surgeons ‘Hot Topics’ conference where they will address the sensitive topic of unfair and predatory pricing practices adopted by some manufacturers during the resale of pre-owned aesthetic devices.Press Release VideoLoading the player...Details(prREACH)
Los Angeles, CA - David Engelhardt (Advisor to the Board of Directors) and Scott Carson (Founding Board Member) of the Aesthetic and Cosmetic Business Association (ACBA) will be guest speakers at the 2016 American Society of Plastic Surgeons ‘Hot Topics’ conference. Engelhardt and Carson will address the sensitive topic of unfair and predatory pricing practices adopted by some manufacturers during the resale of pre-owned aesthetic devices.
The ACBA will also be discussing the unreasonably high (upward of $50,000) recertification fees associated with the resale of the devices as well as practices which affect everyone in the aesthetic industry. As a founding board member of the ACBA and with over 30 years experience in various business facets including investment, sales, marketing and management in the healthcare industry, Carson’s profile can be found at: http://acba.expert/about/
The event which is labeled “Plastic Surgery- The Meeting” will give attendees- over 2,400 some of the most skilled surgeons, 1,000 support staff and more than 300 industry innovators from over 50 countries- the opportunity to refine their skills, network with peers and learn how to reposition themselves in the ever-changing competitive marketplace.
The seminar is scheduled to take place at the Los Angeles Convention Center (California) from September 23rd- 27th 2016. “the ACBA is honored to be a part of this event, and for having the opportunity to share ground-breaking information with colleagues in the aesthetic and cosmetic industry,” said Carson. “As a representative of the ACBA whose mandate is to advocate fair business processes, it is paramount to share knowledge about how these unlawful practices are degrading the industry and debasing the value of assets on a nationwide and global scale.”
About ACBA The Aesthetic and Cosmetic Business Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving the business interests of owners of cosmetic dermatology equipment. ACBA provides a voice for clinicians on policies such as trade, technology, telecommunications, finance and healthcare. The main objective of ACBA is to advocate policies and advance initiatives that encourage business growth and enterprise value for our members. To learn more, visit http://acba.expert/, or call us at (202) 642-4318.LinksQuotes“I am honored to be a part of this event, and for having the opportunity to share ground-breaking information with my colleagues in the aesthetic and cosmetic industry”ImagesContact
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