Two years ago, a group of young people who dubbed themselves the Crash Network pushed their way onto the credit union scene at CUNA’s GAC conference.
Two years after "crashing" the GAC, name change reflects maturity as "change agents." Find out more in this article from next week's print edition.
It started simply enough. Bank of America announced, and later reversed, a decision to charge debit card users a $5 fee.
Credit unions hope the growing consumer anthem of “We’re not gonna take it,” over the latest debit card bank fees, has those consumers primed to make a switch.
This article will be among the news, features, analysis and insight filling the pages of the next print edition of Credit Union Times.
Credit unions across the country have been making the most of the opportunity that Bank Transfer Day represents.
It’s pretty obvious that the next generation of leaders is ready to learn, grow, network and challenge the status quo in preparation to take the reins.
Hawkeye State credit unions to gather June 15 to discuss best practices for reaching the younger set.
Last month, the Kansas Credit Union Association formed CUnext: Young Leaders of Kansas, a state-wide educational and networking group for 18- to 30-year-old credit union employees, and it isn’t the first group of its kind.
Rather than trying to fight the competition or outperform them, emphasize the credit union difference.