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Filene Think.DO. set for Wednesday
MADISON, Wis. (12/12/11)--Think.DO, the Filene Research Institute's annual exploration of issues and innovations for the year ahead, will be held at 11:30 a.m. CT on Wednesday.

There are two ways to attend Think.DO.:

  • In person: The event will take place at Filene headquarters at 5810 Mineral Point Rd., Madison, Wis. Use the link to register.
  • Remotely: the event can be accessed live via Filene's "Lunch with Ed" Ustream page. Registration is not required. ¬†Users are advised to verify they can access Ustream before the event. Use the link.
Among the Filene speakers and sessions at Think.Do. are:

  • Mark Meyer, CEO, "The place of Filene in the credit union ecosystem";
  • George Hofheimer, chief research officer, "Why credit unions are measuring the wrong things";
  • Matt Davis, director of innovation, "Lift: Piloting a loan product banks won't touch";
  • Ben Rogers, director of research, "Who grew lending during the great recession and why";
  • Brent Dixon, young adult advisor, "Potential energy, kinetic energy, and the future of credit unions"; and
  • Denise Gabel, chief innovation officer, "Finovate: Innovation lessons from outside the system."
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