Marketing & Business Development Network: 5 Ways to Alter Your Marketing Around COVID-19

As we all know, COVID-19 changed (or forced the change to) the way we bank. Just like 9/11 created Check 21 and forced us into digital banking, this pandemic has forced all of us into online and mobile banking. We've been forced into social distancing in our businesses, in our churches, in our restaurants, even in our parks. People are missing those close relationships. Senior citizens who used to go to the bank for social connections are now forced to stay home. What can credit unions do to help build and maintain those close relationships and continue to help the businesses that are struggling to survive? Neal Reynolds, founder and president of CUMarketingCenter.com, will share “5 Ways to Alter Your Marketing Around COVID-19” with credit union professional on September 29th.

Given his career as a marketing professional who managed many of the nation’s top corporate accounts during his tenure at the J. Walter Thompson Ad Agency in Chicago, the largest ad agency in the world, Reynolds’ presentation is guaranteed to offer valuable insights that promise to enhance and excel your efforts for achieving success with your 2021 Marketing Plan. You won’t want to miss his recommendations!

The network meeting will also feature the Michael Flanagan, regional director of Advanced Platform Solutions at effectv. Flanagan’s presentation is titled, “Update on The Streaming Wars: And how to reach your audience no matter HOW they watch TV today.”

Finally, the virtual networking session will provide time for attendees to unmute their mics and engage with one another, to share and exchange ideas, challenges, and best practices.

All of this and more during the Fall 2020 meeting of CCUA’s Marketing & Business Development Network! Register today!

Marketing & Business Development Network
5 Ways to Alter Your Marketing Around COVID-19
and
Update on The Streaming Wars: How to Reach Your Audience No Matter HOW They Watch TV Today
September 29 | 10:00 - 11:30 AM

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