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Get inspired to grow membership, member loyalty and income

 

Get inspired by Wisconsin panelists sharing ideas to grow your membership, member loyalty and income at The League's Innovators in Outreach Conference on Sept. 18 in Appleton. You'll also hear from nationally acclaimed credit union leaders, including former CUNA Chair Harriet May and Mark Lynch of the National Credit Union Foundation, who'll share best practices to help your credit union leverage untapped markets for success.  

 

You'll receive "how to" advice to improve your:

 

In-School Branches & Financial Education

 

• Central City Credit Union's Paul Kurth will explain their Go Green financial education program for members, teachers, students, parents and others. He'll also explain how the credit union works with the school district to fulfill a mandatory financial literacy requirement for high school graduation.


 

• Educators Credit Union's Angela Johnson will explain their efforts to transition primary responsibility for its student branches to their young depositors.


 

• Citizens First Credit Union's Kevin Ralofsky will explain their unique partnership with younger generational members through their program called NextGen. NextGen delivers financial education and an outlet for this important generation to make a positive and profound impact in their communities through the lens of the 7 cooperative principles.

 

Social Media


• CUNA Mutual Group's Michael Ogden will offer insights on social media policies and Google+.


 

• ChatterYak's Bryce Roth and Royal Credit Union's Andrea Finn will show you how to be more strategic in your use of Facebook. Royal Credit Union has received national attention for its social media outcomes.

 

New & Existing Member Engagement
 

• Blackhawk Community Credit Union's Caroline Redmann will explain the use of focus groups and some of the surprising feedback that is shaping service to younger members.


 

• Summit Credit Union's Joanne Belanger will explain a unique program that helps women increase savings, control spending, reduce debt and achieve financial goals.

 

Plus, former CUNA Chair Harriet May and Mark Lynch of the National Credit Union Foundation will offer inspiration and blueprints to identify and serve consumers who represent the next big surges in growth and income for your credit union.

 

Be part of this rare dialog with two of the most accomplished icons in credit union service outreach, and partake in invaluable networking with contacts whose know-how can make you more effective in your role.

 

Register now! Questions? Contact Judy Phillips at (262) 408-6020.


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