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Create Awareness of Your CU

Remove barriers and improve members’ financial well-being.
‘We are not the best at creating awareness about who we are and what we do.’
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New Alliance Provides Improved Data Security

CUNA Strategic Services adds Awareness Technologies as a strategic alliance provider.
CUNA Strategic Services adds Awareness Technologies as a strategic alliance provider.
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'Ditch Your Bank' Awareness Campaign Opens Eyes

'We created a lot of awareness in a quick amount of time.'
Effort targeted members age 18 to 35 via mobile channels.
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Unite for Good

Kansas CUs: We’ll Make Your Day

KCUA’s statewide awareness campaign puts into action credit unions’ people helping people philosophy.
To date, Kansas credit unions have given away $45,000 through three Make a Difference events.
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Olson: Focus on Consumer Awareness

Survey results reveal need to boost public’s knowledge of CUs.
League campaign uses social networking, community events, and advertising to spread CU message.
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CUNA's Member & Nonmember Survey Results

Persistent Lack of Awareness Continues

CUs will benefit tremendously if they mobilize quickly to education and attract young adults.
Nearly three-fourths of young nonmembers know little about CUs.
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Times Square Video Billboard to Promote CUs

Full-motion, 15-second ad will repeat hourly for eight weeks.
Ad will display logo and URL for aSmarterChoice throughout the message’s duration.
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What’s in a Name?

 The term ‘member’ can imply barriers to admission.
Nearly 70% of nonmembers ages 18 to 24 are “not at all familiar” with credit unions. And nearly 80% of consumers in that age group don’t know if they’re eligible to join.
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A Solid Standing With Consumers and Congress

CU membership and financial growth are on the rise.
With a full quarter of the year under our belts, I’m more convinced than ever: Credit unions are on the rise.
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What You Don’t Know Really Can Hurt You

Social engineers wait for naïve, untrained staff to fall into their traps.
Without proper security awareness training, most front-line employees will be unaware of their surroundings and oblivious to social engineering.
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