The Remarkable Credit Union
We are proud to showcase our latest website makeover, a website redesign for Los Alamos National Bank (LANB). LANB is an independent, local bank with roots that date back over 55 years. Here are few ways we helped them better tell their story and showcase their products. Homepage The old homepage did little to differentiate LANB or bring it to … Continue reading →
Jill Castilla, the 2017 ABA Community Banker of the Year, joins us to talk about how she turned around a struggling bank through creating goodness in her community, how to implement innovative social media practices, why your ego is not your amigo, and how she is positioning her institution to be relevant for its next 110 years. Top 5 Takeaways: … Continue reading →
When we ask our clients which financial websites they look to as inspiration for their own, Umpqua Bank’s website is one of the most commonly cited. We’re fans of the site too, so we’re taking a look at what makes it so popular and what could be done even better — and providing you with actionable steps to make Umpqua-inspired … Continue reading →
Cat Fitzgerald from Filene’s Digital Strategies group joins Cameron to discuss what she has learned from observing hundreds of tests of credit union members trying to sign up for products. Here’s a hint: like any good relationship, it should have the right amount of give and take. Transcript: Cameron – Hello and welcome to another episode of … Continue reading →
Lois Kitsch, National Program Director at the National Credit Union Foundation, joins us for a spirited conversation about the role of the 7 Cooperative Principles in credit unions today, how democracy and capitalism can overlap, and how to make your WHY your strategic differentiator.
Cameron Madill talks to Ben Stangland and Charlotte Boutz-Connell of Weber Marketing about how credit unions can define their target markets to stay relevant, competitive, and differentiated after a century of mergers and growth. Tune in to learn why it’s important to know who to say “no” to, how to discover life events that cause members to be open to … Continue reading →
In this episode, Cameron joins Steve Pagenstecher and Mary Vasquez of Point West Credit Union to chat about their top takeaways from the Federation CDCU Conference in September 2017. From the credit union mission to Child Savings Accounts to new perspectives on lending, you’re sure to hear something that will get you excited about the future of credit unions!
In this episode we discuss the 3-year journey from concept to launch of the Clean Energy Credit Union, a credit union entirely focused on clean energy loans. Blake Jones, the founding board chair, discusses their innovative strategy for growth despite being unable to raise capital, their unique partnership with a national non-profit, and how they are focusing on consumer passions … Continue reading →
Kirk Drake, author of the new book CU 2.0: A Guide for Credit Unions Competing in the Digital Age, joins Cameron on the podcast to talk about what assumptions credit unions need to leave behind, what members are really looking for, and why “failure” is a key part of success in the digital world. Cameron’s Key Takeaways Start small. You … Continue reading →
Change management expert Kimberly Kosmenko joins us to talk about what it means to be a purpose-driven organization, her work with the United Nations Credit Union, and her process for integrating purpose into what an organization does as it makes the journey from intention to action. Cameron’s Key Takeaways For organizations to be truly “purpose driven,” they should look … Continue reading →