NASHVILLE, Tenn.—Ways the credit union industry can remain relevant and thrive were discussed during a Not for CEOs panel during the CU Water Cooler Symposium at the Frist Center for the Visual Arts here.
Philadelphia credit union's CEO puts bank bashing aside, tweaks marketing budget and focuses on expansion.
To bash or not to bash banks? It’s been a hotly debated issue that probably won’t be definitively resolved any time soon.
The $1 billion Gesa Credit Union has no problem with the widening industry campaigns of bank-bashing.
Eloquent Online President Jason Dias kicked off the MAC conference by getting the over 100 attendees on their feet, singing along with musicians Scott Mckenna and Nyke Van Wyk.
SAN FRANCISCO — The Marketing Assocation of Credit Unions kicked off its annual conference with some song and branding advice.
FISHERS, Ind. -- There is a science to creating an effective credit union ad, and some of the elements might be surprising.
Two state leagues, Texas and California, have taken to a little Capitol Hill bank bashing this week over business lending in anticipation of stepped up American Bankers Association opposition to pending CUNA bills.
CUNA said Tuesday it is "watching very closely" a legislative battle brewing in Virginia over banker-backed proposals for banks to buy credit unions.
The $8.5 billion BECU of Seattle cited recently as a favored financial institution in the media and Congressional focus on big bank practices is prepping for a February marketing campaign tapping into the "mad as hell" sentiment.