A comparison of prices customers were charged on October 16, 2017 by Liberty Coin Service and by the foreign currency exchange service at Detroit’s Metropolitan Airport showed that buyers could get up to 22% better prices at Liberty in small transactions and up to 11% better prices in larger exchanges.
Said LCS CEO and owner Tom Coulson, “When LCS Communications Officer Patrick A. Heller passed through Detroit Metro on the morning of October 16, he snapped a photo of the selling prices for ten different currencies on a sign at the foreign currency exchange service there. After he returned, we compared what customers would pay there compared to our own charges for the same currency. When you factor in the $9.95 transaction charge at Detroit Metro on top of the exchange rate, Liberty’s rates provide customers 18% to 22% more foreign currency for expenditures of $100 and 7% to 11% more foreign currency for purchases of $1,250 US. Even not including the transaction fee, which Liberty does not charge, Liberty provides customers more currency for every currency compared.
In these 9 segments of Bottom Line IT Josh Gembala, ASK Enhanced Security Services Manager speaks at the the Cyber-Security: It’s Not If, It’s When seminar held in Southfield, MI on October 4th.
Chris Holman interviews John Hey, Chief Operating Officer, Trivalent Group, Grand Rapids, MI, about Thursday October 19th's Michigan Cyber Security Conference
Attorneys from Foster Swift law firm along with other guest speakers will be in Southfield on October 4th from 7:45 AM until 11:00 AM to present on how to help organizations determine the legal and technical processes businesses need to have in place. Executives, businesses owners, and all management personnel are encouraged to attend. The seminar is free to attend but registration is required. Free Seminar: Cyber-Security: It's Not If, It's When Southfield, Mich.
In this segment MBN's Jeffrey Mosher catches up with Taylor Gast an attorney practicing Business and Commercial Law, Foster Swift Collins & Smith, Lansing, MI to find out all the details about this upcoming event.
Liberty Coin Service's Communications Officer Patrick A. Heller has received and accepted an invitation from the United States Mint to participate in the Mint's 2017 Numismatic Forum on October 17 at the Mint's headquarters in Washington, DC. The theme of the event is "Numismatics--The Road Ahead." Participation is by invitation only and is likely to be only 50-60 people.
Said LCS CEO and owner Tom Coulson, “We are honored that Pat has once again been recognized by the US Mint with this invitation to meet with US Mint staff. Liberty Coin Service is committed to supporting the hobby of coin and paper money collecting. Consulting with the staff of the US Mint is just one more way we promote the use of money for educational purposes and recreation. Pat participated in the Mint's first Numismatic Forum in Philadelphia last October, the only participant from Michigan, then wrote an article on the event posted at http://www.numismaticnews.net/article/mint-holds-forum that contains extensive feedback and suggestions to the US Mint.”
Chris Holman talks with Laura Galbraith, Executive Director, Venture North Funding & Development, Traverse City, MI. They cover how Venture North Funding & Development brings new public and private Investment to the 10-county Region. It also provides for Venture North involvement in distributing Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) funds from regional banks and financial institutions.
Venture North’s CDFI certification will also raise the profile and bolster its professional reputation as an economic and community development engine for Northwest Michigan. As one of less than a dozen CDFIs in Michigan, it will allow for partnerships and additional interest from community and economic development organizations and financial institutions across Michigan and the U.S.
Chris Holman welcomes Birgit Klohs, President & CEO,The Right Place, Grand Rapids, MI on this segment of Michigan Business Beat. Birgit talks about how retention is vital for every region and how the #1 problem for most businesses is talent shortage.
Chris Holman continued his conversation with Michigan Manufacturers Association (MMA's) President and CEO Chuck Hadden, Lansing, MI.
They review how MMA is working to help recognize manufacturers for the tremendous work they do and the way they are inspiring the next generation of industry leaders to do more and go further.