Paroon Chadha, the co-founder of Passageways, discussed networking in the digital age.
James Robert Lay, grower of relationships at PTP New Media pushes credit unions not to sit back on their heels and wait for things to get back to "normal."
Carla Day from CU Chat Up discusses her experience visiting Zappos headquarters in Las Vegas.
Ed Mierzwinski, consumer program director at the non-profit, non-partisan U.S. Public Interest Research Group, shares why reg restructuring is good for everyone.
New Jersey Credit Union League President/CEO Paul Gentile talks up branding and new website to connect consumers with CUs.
CUNA Mutual Group Chief Economist Dave Colby has raised many questions about what the economic recovery will be like but not about credit unions' ultimate recovery.
Are credit unions so deep into the present that they can't see the future? Brent Dixon, young adult adviser at the Filene Research Institute, thinks credit unions need to stop thinking about the short-term and focus on the long-term.
A good attorney will tell you what you need to hear, not what you want to hear, according to John Porter, an attorney with Weltman, Weinberg & Reis Co.
Walt Laskos, WesCorp public relations director and today's guest blogger, suggests that credit unions use the term owner rather than member.
Bottom lines will be squeezed for the next year or two. They probably won't rise until unemployment declines. What does that mean for credit unions? It means it's time to start getting rid of some friction.