RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. (May 31, 2012) – “THINK Again: Key Takeaways from THINK 12,” a free white paper detailing the most important points made by speakers at the THINK 12 conference, is now available for downloading from CO-OP Financial Services.
“We recognize the challenge of taking the big ideas attendees hear at THINK and finding ways to implement them back home at their credit unions,” said Stan Hollen, President/CEO, CO-OP Financial Services, which hosts the annual event. “‘THINK Again’ is a lively proceedings digest that reports on the highlights of each featured presentation and provides some direction on how our industry can apply those lessons.”
The THINK 12 conference, held April 29-May 2 in Boca Raton, Fla., included speakers such as Billy Beane of the Oakland A’s, Chris Berman of ESPN and guitarist-turned-defense-expert Jeff Baxter. The conference showcases business thought leaders from diverse industries, in order to provide a fresh perspective to credit union leaders on issues facing the movement. Speakers at THINK 12 focused on the themes of credit-union-as-cult-brand, creativity and reinvention.
CO-OP Financial Services has already announced that the next THINK conference will be held in Chicago, Ill., April 29-May 2, 2013. Credit union industry employees can sign-up for updates leading up to THINK 13, in addition to accessing many other conference-related resources, on the same page where they can find the white paper – http://co-opthink.org/conference/think-13.
About CO-OP Financial Services
Based in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. and founded in 1981, CO-OP Financial Services is the industry leader in access and convenience products for credit unions. CO-OP connects credit union members to their accounts through network, payment processing, e-commerce, shared branching and call center services. With more than 3,500 credit union members, 30 million cardholders, 28,000 surcharge-free ATMs, 4,500 shared branch locations and more than two billion annual transactions, CO-OP Financial Services offers the tools, counsel and leadership to help credit unions prosper. To learn more, visit www.co-opfs.org.