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THIS IS BIG: Back to School Symposium & 2018 Annual Meeting

March 19, 2018

We are excited to announce that we will be hosting Denver's premier credit union event - The Back to School Symposium -  with seminars and workshops from nationally-renowned speakers. Last year we hosted our first ever Symposium, and it was such a big success that we've upped this year's to be held at University of Denver. You absolutely do not want to miss this event.

Check out the Speaker and Event Lineup below:

How to Drive Results from your Data Analytics
Presenter: John Best of Best Innovation Group
Join John on a journey to learn how to create a data driven culture within your credit union. He will identify strategies, share use cases, and will discuss with you, how to uncover the true potential and drive results from your data.

Legacy in a Digital World: Making Traditional Payment Services Relevant to Today’s Consumers
Presenter: Dr. Kathy Snider of CO-OP FS
Long-standing services of financial institutions, such as ATMs and branches, are not going away in our digital age, but they are changing. This presentation will focus on how traditional services can evolve to meet the expectations of the modern consumer.

#MeToo, #TimesUp – Reasons Your Credit Union Should Review Workplace Harassment Policies
Presenter: Gaye DeCesare of CU Works Compliance
There has been an explosion of sexual harassment allegations in both the press and in complaints to employers. It’s not new, but suddenly the topic is front and center.  This session will highlight the need for revisiting your credit union’s anti-harassment policy/program and provide an overview of issues to address in training for staff and volunteers.

Crisis Management - How this Denver IT Firm Survived the Hillary Clinton Email Scandal
Presenter: David DeCamillis of Platte River Networks
Hear the story of how Platte River Networks weathered, and overcame, being thrown into the political fire of hosting Hillary Clinton's email server. You'll learn how to address crises in your credit union and prepare as best you can for when it hits.

Strategic Planning in a World of Information Overload
Presenter: Kathy Darwin of Kathy Darwin Strategic Planning
Experts say the average person’s attention span is now shorter than that of a goldfish. The goldfish clocks in at 9 seconds, and us at 8. The constant bombardment of news, tweets, posts and alerts has altered our focus and attentiveness – but maybe not for the worse. Learn how a world of information overload can help you in your strategic planning process. We will discuss how to create a fluid strategic plan, use informational data points throughout the year to enhance your plan and build an internal process for prioritization.

Regulatory Hot Topics - Tips and Tricks on How to Keep your Credit Union ahead of the Game
Presenter: Bryan Mogensen of CliftonLarsonAllen, LLC
Covering the most recent hot topics from your regulators, including: Trends, Regulatory Reform, and Supervisory Priorities. Bryan will present ideas on how to interpret these changes along with providing you value added ideas to help keep you ahead of the regulators.

Final Presenter TBD

A very special surprise guest will be joining us as well!



Following the Symposium, CU Service Network President/CEO Doug Burke will be hosting a lunch seminar, presenting R&D research results and sharing future endeavors. After that, we will hold our official Annual Meeting.

You are welcome to stay for the seminars, lunch and the annual meeting. Lunch is included in your $25 registration fee.

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