Our third It's a Money Thing video is complete and ready for distribution to our subscribers. Jen finds herself at the NPYIS detachment and finds out that her apartment is a identity theft crime scene.
Earlier this year, I worked with a credit union in Saskatchewan, Canada to help set up and guide their foray into social media. They have a small marketing department and weren’t sure they’d be able to do everything they wanted to do when it came to social media. As well, this credit union has a membership of 24,000 in rural Saskatchewan—not exactly the hot bed of social media usage.
Our second It's a Money Thing video is complete and ready for our subscribers. Jen meets Credit Squirrel and learns about credit scores and why they are important. It's fast-paced and filled with educational tidbits. I'm very proud of this piece and it really sets the tone of what you can expect from our content packs going forward.
For five days in April, over 30 innovators from Filene's prestigious i3 program collaborated with counterparts from Desjardins for inspiration, insights and ideas across Quebec. Once again Matt Hawkins and myself tagged along to film the adventure. Here's a short teaser video that gives a peek into the innovation experience and what i3 is all about. Look for the full-length version soon.
We helped Royal Credit Union (RCU), launch Young & Free Royal today. Based in Eau Claire, Wisconsin RCU has over 150,000 members, $1.35 billion in assets and 26 branches in Wisconsin and Minnesota. Along with a great line-up of helpful “Smart Start” products for the 25-and-under crowd and strong technology offerings, Royal also runs a robust school outreach program called "School Sense" with school branches in 27 locations!
I am excited to announce that Larissa Walkiw has joined Currency as a full-time graphic designer and illustrator. You may remember Larissa as our very first Young & Free Alberta Spokester and the creator of the original Difference Between Banks and Credit Unions video series way back in 2008. At the ripe old age of 19, she put Young & Free on the credit union map. Six years and 30 Spokesters later, it's an absolute thrill to have Larissa join our team.