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Making Finances ‘smpl.’ for Young Adults

South Carolina FCU's new campaign targets consumers 25 and under.
Program provides clarity and comfort with basic savings, credit, and money management techniques.
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CU Makes Finances ‘smpl.’ for Young Adults

Program helps consumers age 25 and under navigate their financial futures.
Basic savings, credit, and money management techniques make finances approachable.
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How to Attract and Keep Younger Members

Adults age 18 to 34 who are likely to recommend CUs use the words ‘service’ and ‘easy.’
Service and respect top list of young adults’ priorities.
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‘Crashers’ Focus on Young Entrepreneurs

Young professionals’ week begins with ‘Design Thinking’ workshop.
Young professionals’ week begins with ‘Design Thinking’ workshop.
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Young & Hyperconnected

Some believe those growing up with 24/7 connections and the mobile Web will be nimble, quick-acting multitaskers.
The hyperconnected lifestyle of today’s teens and young adults leaves technology experts evenly split about its long-term effect, according to a Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project and Elon University’s Imagining the Internet Center study.
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Gen Y Merits Different Approach From CUs

Gen Y believes in products that reflect their own values.
How do you make inroads with young consumers? Give them something they can believe in.
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In Search of Gen Y

Many CUs find it difficult to attract this elusive age group.
Attracting the next generation of members requires interacting on their terms and on their turf.
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Encourage Education for Young Adults

Members face unprecedented financial concerns, making financial education more important than ever.
Show young adults how to budget, borrow, and buy responsibly while building long-lasting member relationships.
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Gen Y: ‘Go Where They Are’

CU cites three key elements to reaching this group--and three mistakes to avoid.
Generation Y wants to bank on its own terms, says Public Service CU's Andre Iervolino.
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Growing Younger

Several programs help CUs attract younger members.
'How do we get more young people to become members?' That’s more than just the topic du jour for credit unions. It’s a strategic imperative.
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