Amplify Convention: “How to” is the Buzzword

How to show up as an effective leader, marketing on a shoestring and partnering with startup companies are some of the topics Amplify attendees will be diving into in Portland in October. Fifteen breakout sessions are being offered in addition to keynote addresses by five nationally renowned speakers.

1 Day Left! Crasher Scholarships Offered to Young CU Professionals

Young credit union professionals have 1 day to apply for a scholarship to America’s Credit Union Conference June 17-20 in San Diego. Crashers will have the opportunity attend the conference and be a part of a Design Thinking Workshop.

‘Outrageous Marketing Techniques’ for Credit Unions Offered at Marketers’ Conference

Ron Rosenberg guarantees his marketing techniques will bring $20,000 in new business revenue within twelve months. Rosenberg is one of many high-level presenters at the NWCUA’s first annual Marketers’ Conference, scheduled for May 9-10 in Seattle.

Consumer Research Results, High Level Marketing Techniques Offered at NWCUA Marketers’ Conference; Scholarships Available

Scholarships are available for the NWCUA’s Marketers Conference May 9-10. Results of a survey asking 800 Northwest consumers what motivates people to join credit unions and then turns them into promoters will be shared with Conference attendees.

Catalyst Corporate Launches Mobile Solution

NWCUA Annual Sponsor Catalyst Corporate explains how credit unions can now use a uniquely-branded application to connect to mobile membership.

Convention Attendees Offered Chance to Win Free Marketing Consultation With Nationally-Recognized Expert

Ron Rosenberg knows how to implement effective marketing campaigns, and he knows how to fix what’s not working. Rosenberg will share strategies and best practices during two NWCUA Convention breakout sessions, along with the chance to win an individualized consultation.

Compliance Question of the Week

If a credit union offers to deposit $25 in a member’s share account if the member refers an individual to the credit union, and this individual then opens an account, is the $25 considered a bonus?