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Virtual Discovery Conference for DEs Now Open for Registration
Friday, September 16, 2016 6:20 AM

Now open for registration:  CUNA Mutual Group’s FREE virtual Discovery Conference is now. The event, a daylong virtual conference featuring sessions on the credit union industry’s challenges and opportunities, takes place Oct. 18, 2016.

Keynotes:

  • Opening keynote will feature our thought leadership topic of "Credit Union Data & Analytics: Knowledge IS Power" presented by CUNA Mutual’s Steven Rick, director and chief economist. This session will feature case studies from credit unions that have developed their data capabilities and newly researched insights from members about their perceptions of credit unions using their personal information.
  • Closing the daylong conference is Brian Solis, principal analyst at Altimeter Group, a Prophet company. Brian will discuss "Generation C: Your Connected Customer (and why millennials and kids aren’t the only customers changing the world)." Solis is a world-renowned digital analyst, anthropologist, and author who believes that studying behavior allows companies to see clearer paths to innovative strategies.

Breakout Sessions will include industry leaders speaking on:

  • “Money Chatter”
  • “Ask the Experts: Three Biggest Pitfalls in Your Consumer Lending Process”
  • “Lower Score Auto Loans—Good for Members, Good for the Bottom Line”
  • “Serving the Sandwich Generation”
  • “Credit Union Gamification: Why the Future of Work is Fun”
  • “U.S. Economic Outlook & its Impact on Credit Unions” 

The event also offers many scheduled “hot topic chats” you can participate in, as well as an exhibit hall and prizes you can win.

Get more information here.

Conference content will be available on demand after the conference through June 30, 2017. The recordings are a great way to share what you’ve learned with others at your credit union in leadership and team meetings, and they can be especially valuable to share with your board members.