Matt Davis and I were on CUbroadcast this week to talk to Mike Lawson about the upcoming Disruption '17 by CU Water Cooler conference happening in Madison, Wisconsin on June 6-7.
I’ve noticed at conferences and gatherings that there are many colleagues in the credit union movement who don’t get into politics, and at times that’s a lovely respite from all the arguing. We all want to see our communities increase their self-reliance.
The THINK Conference, taking place May 19-22 at the Sheraton New Orleans in the Big Easy, kicks off in less than two weeks.
Until several months ago, I was in charge of digital at Vancity, and I saw innovation linked inextricably to technology.
Clayton Christensen, Harvard Business School professor and disruptive innovation expert, makes us think, doesn’t he?
Most people working in the financial industry are familiar with "unbanked" and "underbanked" people. Underbanked people may have a credit union or bank account, but tend to rely on alternative financial services like check-cashers and payday lenders. Unbanked people have no checking or savings account.