Credit unions professionals gathered in Wichita for the Innovation and Implementation Lab kick-off conference.
This Opinion column discusses how credit unions can now leverage new solutions to not only compete but to win in a competitive marketplace.
Checking and debit alternative to get coverage to allow government direct deposit, companies say.
The NWCUA has sounded the alarm about three bills that aim to tax many credit unions and implement new regulations.
What is competition? According to the Business Dictionary it is, “a rivalry in which every seller tries to get what other sellers are seeking at the same time; sales, profit and market share by offering the best practicable combination of price, quality and service.”
Competition is one the cornerstones of the business and economic world. Merriam-Webster defines competition “as the efforts of two or more parties acting independently to secure the business of a third party by offering the most favorable terms.”
The Mountain View, Calif.-based search engine giant said it will provide quotes from nearly 120 car insurers.
Sure, there are challenges, but overall, this may be a great time to be a credit union marketer.
Three Northwest states–Washington, Oregon and Montana–have become the nation’s epicenter of merging activity among credit unions, with supporters claiming the trend underscores a higher level of member service.
"The harder I work, the luckier I get,” said Matt Vance, marketing and community manager at Bellingham, Wash.-based Industrial Credit Union. He has lived by those words since hearing them during an open session at a Crash event he helped coordinate for Mountain West Credit Union Association.