Despite his Credit Union Warrior persona in the blogosphere, Matt Davis, director of innovation at Filene Research Institute, is actually a nice guy.
Someone like John Fitch only with even more Perseverance.
The industry push to promote improved savings behavior among consumers while also drawing new business was ratcheted up with a pilot initiative involving 20 credit unions and sponsored by Filene Research Institute and SaveUp, a fledgling San Francisco firm.
Filene Research Institute and SaveUp.com launch pilot initiative at 20 credit unions in 15 states offering customized packages promoting account savings.
It’s one thing if credit unions offer low-cost financial products and exceptional service, but it’s quite another if they teach members how to use their products responsibly.
The Crash Network continues to grow as young professionals gear up to crash the 2011 Missouri and Oklahoma leagues’ Convention & Exposition.
The Filene Institute's Matt Davis suggests some new directions instead the same old, same old when it comes to educating members on their financial good.
Kinect for Xbox 360, a controller-free, $150 gaming device that allows users to operate their Xbox consoles solely through bodily gestures and voice commands, has made a splash among video game and electronics enthusiasts. But is there a practical application for Kinect outside the gaming world–say, in credit union branches?...
Guest blogger Matt Davis works in applied research at the Filene Research Institute in Madison, Wis.
Over the past 11 months as a contractor for the Filene Research Institute, dozens of credit unions, state leagues and national associations have blessed