RANCHO CUCAMONGA, California – CO-OP Financial Services will focus its THINK 20 Virtual event on how credit unions can set their strategy to be the financial services providers most able to help Americans in the COVID-19 economic environment.
The THINK 20 Virtual event will be held Thursday, May 7, over three information-packed sessions, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Pacific time. Offered as a value-add to CO-OP’s in-person conference being held in August, THINK 20 Virtual is a free event open to all credit unions. Complimentary registration can be completed immediately at https://co-opthink.org/virtual-registration.
“THNK 20 Virtual’s theme is ‘Activate Your Next: Our Path Forward Together,’ and we are encouraged to offer a forum in which all credit unions can be part of an interactive national conversation for a single half-day, during this key moment in time,” said Samantha Paxson, Chief Experience Officer, for CO-OP.
“Serving members in their everyday lifestyles, not just at key life stages, is the best way to provide financial wellness for members and long-term growth for credit unions,” said Paxson “What does this lifestyle look like now, in the wake of COVID-19? During THINK 20 Virtual we will explore the ‘new normal’ financial landscape, and how credit unions can live their mission, chart their own way forward and contribute to getting the economy back on track, one member at a time.”
Agenda Tailored to ‘The Now and the Next’ in Meeting the Needs of Credit Unions and Their Members
With the “right now” experiences of all Americans shifting daily, THINK 20 Virtual’s agenda is equally tailored to “the next.” Presenters will examine how payments and technology can help credit unions play a more meaningful role in members’ lives both now and in the near future. Speakers and topics include:
The full agenda for THINK 20 Virtual is available, and attendees can register for free immediately, at https://co-opthink.org/virtual-registration.
“Both the THINK 20 Virtual event and THNK 20 in-person conference are all about helping credit unions become a member’s Primary Financial Relationship – and, truly, American consumers have never needed a PFR more than they do right now,” said Paxson. “Both of our THINK programs will help credit unions pivot to the strategic needs of today and make positive shifts in the way they serve members.”
CO-OP is hosting the THINK 20 in-person conference from August 17-20, at the Omni Hotel in Dallas, Texas. To register immediately at the “Summer Special” rate of $1,699, $300 off full price, visit https://co-opthink.org. In light of the uncertainties created by COVID-19, all registrants are protected with CO-OP’s Risk-Free Registration Policy and may cancel at any time with a full refund through August 1, 2020.