WASHINGTON — Credit Union Times’ Women to Watch program hosted a Feb. 23 reception during CUNA's Governmental Affairs Conference.
Competition is fierce between banks and credit unions for Gen Y consumers.
Outstanding female executives recognized as Credit Union Times' Women to Watch gathered on Feb. 23 in Washington.
Credit union vendor departs from traditional trade show booth structure to provide a museum experience.
Another year, another meeting. A reality of the credit union industry is that it is chockablock with conferences, conventions, and more, from CUNA’s sprawling annual Washington Governmental Affairs Conference in late February through the California-Nevada Leagues’shindig on the West Coast toward year end.
An in-depth look - complete with videos - at the Women to Watch selected for their support of the credit union industry.
Now we shine the spotlight on those women who have been tirelessly dedicated to providing support to credit unions.
Credit union mentor programs are demonstrating their value in developing the next generation of leaders.
As retail banking channels converge and innovations continue, an engagement strategy is beginning to emerge that will not only position your credit union to better attract Gen Y but will set you on a course for greater general consumer engagement.