And the first THINK 20 speaker is…

first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr While every credit union is at a unique place in their digital transformation journey, all of us need the knowledge and tools to make the courageous choices required to seize opportunities and manage the challenges we face.THINK 20, taking place May 4-7, 2020, in Dallas, TX, will give credit unions the opportunity to double down on their mission and evolve into being the financial provider of the future. THINK 20 is designed to help you “Activate Your Next” which is the conference themeWhat is YOUR next? Whether your next step is learning how to better understand your members’ needs, build a culture of innovation, or deliver transformative technology, this conference will be all about the practical implementation of your courageous choices.Over the course of three days, the conference will feature keynote presentations from visionaries and thought leaders mixed with more focused “Power Sprint” breakout sessions and deep dive Master Classes that connect the big ideas with “how-to” strategies. We will also showcase examples of how credit unions around the country are activating their next . continue reading »last_img read more

Polls: Gay marriage, right to die get the tick

first_imgHerald on Sunday 6 January 2013New polls show New Zealanders support the terminally ill’s right to die, think same-sex marriages should be legal and are largely happy with the current number of people immigrating.The polls, by Key Research and commissioned by the Herald on Sunday, also found New Zealanders evenly divided on the relevance of our founding document – the Treaty of Waitangi.POLLDo you think that same-sex civil unions should be extended to marriage? • Yes 53.9% • No 38.1% • Unsure 8%Do you think doctors should be allowed by law to end an incurable patient’s life, if the patient requests it? • Yes 60.5% • No 18.2% • Depends on situation 16.2% • Unsure 5.1%Poll: Key Research. Commissioned by: Herald on Sundayhttp://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10857496last_img read more