RANCHO CUCAMONGA, California – CO-OP Financial Services is announcing the schedule for its THINK Virtual events, headed by three flagship THINK Forums to be hosted by Jean Chatzky of NBC’s Today Show. Keynote speakers at these events will include Taco Bell CEO Mark King, author Margaret Heffernan and entrepreneur Scott Belsky.
“We have transformed our THINK conference for this year to include a series of virtual events that will run through the remainder of 2020,” said Samantha Paxson, Chief Experience Officer for CO-OP. “The fact that these events will extend over several months will allow us to ensure content is immediate and relevant, and each series is tailored to address different pressing needs of credit union leaders. And, all events are offered at no charge to attendees.”
THINK Forums: Renowned Business Leader Speakers
The THINK Forums will comprise virtual broadcasts tackling the industry’s toughest challenges and greatest opportunities. Each two-hour event will be hosted by Jean Chatzky, and feature a celebrated guest speaker leading business transformation today. The THINK Forum schedule includes:
THINK Master Classes: Hands-on Virtual Learning Opportunities
The 90-minute-per-session THINK Master Class will feature topic-specific virtual learning opportunities, including hands-on interactive exercises facilitated by subject matter experts. The series kicks off next month as follows:
THINK Power Lunches: Fast Deep Dives into Key Credit Union Topics
The THINK Power Lunch series is designed to go in-depth on a key credit union issue, covering it in a bite-sized amount of time – one hour. The series will include:
“At our THINK 20 Virtual event last May, we demonstrated that virtual engagement can also be a magical connective alternative to live conferences,” said Paxson. “We believe the THINK Virtual series of meetings will both inform and push attendees and, as always with THINK, they will be an engaging way to unite in the midst of this year of COVID-19.”
To learn more about the three THINK Virtual series and to register, visit co-opthink.org.