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Rebekah Johnson, FCC Ruling, Critical Call Registry #cbsiTalkingBiz Podcast 32

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Rebekah Johnson, Numeracle, FCC Ruling, Critical Call Registry #cbsiTalkingBiz Podcast 32  

Host: Ken Kraetzer,Vice President, cbsiservices.com 

Rebekah Johnson is founder and CEO of Arlington, Virginia based Numeracle.com and head of Communications Protection of PACE Professional Association for Customer Engagement.

Topics: March 20th Federal Communications Commission ruling concerning Emergency Service providers ability to make call notifications during the #Coronavirus Pandemic, the new Critical Call Registry that Numeracle has introduced to help bothe emergency service providers and trusted brands reach their audiences. Rebekah comments on new Congressional legislation helping business and workers and being in the center of Washington DC where so much policy making is being made during this crisis.  She is a graduate of Louisiana State University.

Reach Rebekah at Numeracle.com Twitter @Numeracleinc and Linked In.

Ken Kraetzer, is Vice President, at Harrison NY based cbsiservices.com has produced 490 episodes of #cbsiTalkingBusiness highlighting insight of professionals in fields of financial services, digital marketing, customer service, database and business education.

CBSIServices.com has a 40 year history providing insurance based loyalty and usage benefits to credit and retail card brands as well as contact center management.   Prior to CBSI, Ken worked in card and financial marketing at Chase Manhattan Bank, Dean Witter, American Express, and Herbert Dunhill Associates.

More at www.cbsiservices.com reach Ken on kkraetzer@CBSIservices.com and 914-630-3457 or c 914-450-9554

 

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