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Next big thing part three: Focus on technology integration


first_img 3SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Greg Inman is convinced the “next big thing” for credit unions will be driven by changes in technology, or come from outside our industry.Inman, chief operations officer for $710 million asset Neighbors Federal Credit Union in Baton Rouge, La., and chair of CUNA Operations, Sales, & Service Council executive committee, and others share their insights in part three of this series from Credit Union Magazine (click here for parts one and two).Millennials and disruptionI read an article recently in which more than 10,000 millennials were surveyed regarding disruption and how this demographic feels about multiple companies in several different industries. They believe that of all industries that will be disrupted, banking is at the highest [risk].It was interesting that more than 70% of millennials said they would rather visit the dentist than listen to what banks are saying. This group believes innovation will come from outside the industry, and nearly 75% would be more excited about a new offering in financial services from Google, Amazon, Apple, PayPal, or Square. continue reading »last_img read more


Duncan Garner: Legalising weed could cause teen addiction to skyrocket


first_imgNewsHub 14  November 2019Family First Comment: This study is our warning – public health worsens – by how much we don’t know – so given that we don’t know, why even put the question to Kiwis in a referendum? Why are we even contemplating this change? Stick your “OK boomer” phrase Chloe Swarbrick and start to digest the inconvenient truth – your support for a law change is misguided and irresponsible – your position might even steal someone’s childhood. It’s time to accept the facts and step outside your echo chamber of yes men and sycophants.#saynopetodopeOPINION: It’s official. Legalising weed means more people smoke it, more often and addiction rates go up, starting with kids as young as 12.Be careful what we wish for folks, this is our future staring at us in the face if we are not careful.One of the world’s most respected cannabis researchers has compared half a million people by looking at what happens when an American state legalises weed for recreational use compared to states that don’t.And at every age level in every cohort, every race, creed or LGBT plus any ABCDEFG I’ve left off – where the green herb got the green light – they all got lit alright.Dependency increased, and of real concern 12-17 year olds had the worst results of all the different age groups surveyed.There are more addictions and more people smoking it more frequently – especially men in their 20s.So overall, there are more health issues as a result.READ MORE: https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2019/11/duncan-garner-legalising-weed-could-cause-teen-addiction-to-skyrocket.htmllast_img read more