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CUNA Mutual sets free online Discovery Conference
MADISON, Wis. (9/14/10)--CUNA Mutual Group’s first Online Discovery Conference is scheduled for Nov. 3. Online Discovery will offer the same presentations at the in-person conference over the web without the expenses of travel or time away from the office. The face-to-face Discovery Conference has drawn more than 3,000 participants. CUNA Mutual is providing the free online conference because of the company’s 75th anniversary. The online conference is estimated to be a $250 value, said CUNA Mutual. “We are bringing the quality of presenters and content from our face-to-face Discovery Conference online in an eight-hour event,” said Steve Johnson, vice president, marketing and sales strategy. “Discovery is online, on target and on budget for credit unions. Staff will be able to choose from three tracks of learning that will feature 11 future-focused sessions.” Registration opens Sept. 27. The event is designed for CEOs and senior credit union leaders, but all credit union and league employees are welcome, CUNA Mutual said.
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