Next ELS Session on Sept. 10th Will Address Economic, Political, and Tech Trends Affecting Your Business and Your Members

Thursday, July 25, 2013 11:53:00 AM

HIGHTSTOWN, N.J. – Credit unions are small businesses, and current and future members are small business owners as well. At the next Executive Leadership Series (ELS) session on September 10th, learn how the many things happening today will affect your own growth potential as well as understanding the climate, challenges, and potential of your business members.

Columnist, author, and small business owner Gene Marks will discuss events in Washington shaping business owners’ decisions, resources best allocated to take advantage of the opportunities in the world of mobile for growing businesses, how cloud-based technologies changed the way businesses are communicating with their community, how managers are making their decisions to respond to healthcare reform and what decisions are they making, and much more.

This session will also include a roundtable discussion of potential topics for future ELS sessions.

Join the discussion and network with your peers at this must-attend session being held at the League office from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. 

The cost to attend is tiered based on assets and is as follows: $209.00 per person for credit unions over $150 million, $149.00 per person for credit unions $33.8 - $150 million, and $69.00 per person for credit unions under $33.8 million. A 25% discount is available for credit unions that send three or more people.

Click here for more information on the discount and for the full brochure.

To register, e-mail Mary Zelinsky at mzelinsky@njcul.org (be sure to note name of attendee(s), credit union, and cost). Or register online here.

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