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I spend a lot of time in strategic planning sessions, and growth is almost always the dominant focus. A majority of our nation’s credit unions are considered small, with less than $50 million, and the sad reality is that most in this group are having a difficult time with membership,...
The markets roiled several times last year, scaring investors to pull out and wait on the sidelines.
You resent them a little, don’t you? Those big banks with their huge marketing budgets and well-known brands. Their glossy brochures and those dazzling websites. Your credit union has great ideas, too, but with such a limited budget, it’s impossible to accomplish.
Just when your credit union starts getting the hang of Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and Google+, someone writes a negative post on your page, and all hell breaks loose.
Customer service and marketing are blending into one place, and education is next.
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