In today’s hyperconnected digital world, it can be difficult for credit unions to stay top of mind and top of wallet amongst current and potential members.
With 2019 rapidly approaching––meaning we're a year away from being bombarded with news headlines, reports, Powerpoint graphics and more all sharing "2020 Visions"––it's time to start cleaning out the 2018 Reporter's Notebook.
As the financial industry becomes more and more competitive, credit unions have to focus on continuously refining their policies, procedures and employees’ skills to meet their members’ needs.
I have an idea to pitch this holiday season and I’m looking for some (cooperative) elves who just might be willing to unwrap it and get it under CU Christmas trees a year or two from now.
“I am not afraid to go up to people and pick their brains and ask for advice.
After natural disasters like hurricanes and other major storms, flooding for homeowners is a much-discussed topic.
Smartphones fundamentally have altered the way humans socialize, work and conduct business transactions.
Some news items found among the Thanksgiving leftovers:
While sitting in a room with professionals from seven credit unions, we got into a discussion on how to define an “active” member and members “in good standing.”
Looking for some snacks ahead of Thanksgiving dinner? Then consider these appetizers, which also have the advantage of being calorie (but not insight) free: