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MnCUN Fall Leadership Conference

Fall Leadership Conference

The Minnesota Credit Union Network invites you to attend its annual Fall Leadership Conference Sept.11 to 13. This event features industry experts providing insight and relevant information on top credit union issues.

Session topics include:

  • How Big Data Is Forever Changing Credit Unions – Ron Galloway
  • The Payments Revolution: How Apple Pay, Bitcoin & Others Are Innovating & Disrupting Financial Technology – Ron Galloway
  • Marketing to Millennials – Cynthia Campbell, Filene Research Institute    
  • Prize Linked Savings – Doorways 2 Dreams
  • Minnesota's Political Landscape – Tom Hauser

Held at Madden's Resort in Brainerd, Fall Leadership Conference also offers attendees many amenities that provide relaxation and recreation. Madden's offers first-rate dining, and unrivaled leisure activities – including top-notch golf courses. It's business casual throughout the weekend for conference participants, including at the Saturday evening banquet.

With valuable networking opportunities, informational workshops and entertainment, this conference has something for everyone. 

Thank you to our sponsors!
  • Platinum Level Sponsor: CUNA Mutual Group
  • Gold Level Sponsors: AmeriCU Mortgage, Card Services for Credit Unions, CliftonLarsonAllen LLP, Edge One, Inc., MnIPC 
  • Silver Level Sponsors: Alloya Corporate Federal Credit Union, NuSource Financial, LLC, Vanman Architects and Builders, Inc., Voice Solutions for their support of Fall Conference.

Registration for this event closed on August 25.