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Free Membership Growth dialogue audio now live
MADISON, Wis. (6/4/08)--If you missed last week's "Supercharging Your Membership Growth Audio Conference," you can still access the free audio conference. The May 29th audio conference filled up and the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) had to cap its registration. However, the recording has been posted on CUNA's website. Use the link to access the free audio. The audio conference, hosted by CUNA's Membership Growth Task Force, featured a dialogue on strategies to increase credit union membership growth. It focused on five key areas the task force has deemed to be critically important to increasing membership growth:
* Awareness and image; * New markets; * Best practices; * Efficiency and back office issues; and * Growth metrics.
The task force is chaired by Richard Ensweiler, president of the Texas Credit Union League. Vice chair is Rodney H. Staatz, CEO of State Employees CU, Linthicum, Md. Anyone who wants to contact the CUNA Membership Growth Task Force can e-mail the account established for this purpose at cunamgtf@cuna.coop
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