It used to be that credit unions were only trying to compete with traditional banks, which was competition enough. In today’s mobile and digital world, they are now up against nontraditional players such as Amazon and Walmart vying to sell financial services to consumers in a quick and easy format.
Start discussing social media and the talk quickly turns to its merits or lack thereof. Despite their perceived hurdles, with a little strategic creativity, some credit unions have managed to strike the right balance.
Trade group says thousands of tweets, posts and messages went out and traffic even stalled website for a brief period.
Use it not, compliance with proposed FFIEC guidance would be mandatory, CU Times webinar speaker notes.
As entrepreneurs, our personal happiness, the way we listen to and react to our staff, and the way we shape our own role at work all have profound effects on our companies, and ultimately, on how they grow. But lasting change is difficult.
For the past few weeks, drivers on major roads in Las Vegas have spotted a popular breakfast food on billboards, but the ads aren’t for a restaurant.
Attracting new members is a big challenge but keeping them may be a bigger obstacle.
Pushing the pork envelope, One Nevada Credit Union has managed to garner attention in a city not known for its subtle marketing climate.
Passwords easily purloined. Search engine giant says no changes coming.
Two congressmen among senders of 2,171 tweets on Don't Tax My CU Tuesday, trade group says.