The credit union industry continues to focus on two generations that have little lending potential: boomers and Gen Y.
“Don’t pitch your products or try to sell them – show them how your credit union will help their businesses,” Carmen Voilleque advises.
Call them what you will. Gen X, Gen Y, Millennials or the Echo Boom. They are the next generation of consumers who have crossed the bridge from a brick and mortar world to an environment that thrives on digital interactions.
NerdWallet personal finance site pays for programs in Michigan, New York, Minnesota and California.
This Opinion piece looks at how to best serve the diverse group that falls under the label "Gen Y."
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Clinton Township student Victoria Goldwater gets the nod from the Young & Free program.
The report’s respondents used a combination of financial company blogs, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and YouTube.
CUShine partners with Hofstra students to offer financial talk, services to 18- to 26-year-olds.
In 2013, the question won’t be whether to work to attract Gen Y. It’ll be, how?