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Many Milestones

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BY TIM O’HARA

If you stick around long enough, milestones seem to come up with regularity. I’ve been around a while, and I’m looking at some pretty significant milestones this month. This February 2016 (Vol. 11 No. 2) issue of “Credit Union BUSINESS” eMagazine represents the 60th consecutive monthly edition to be posted on our website, www.creditunionbusiness, and it’s there to see by all of our valued subscribers – but you need to be a paid subscriber.

Sixty months = five years of easily accessible business articles for you to read and learn from every day! I would guesstimate that there are in the neighborhood of 700 separate articles about credit unions readily available on our website. I would also wager that those 700+ articles represent the closest thing to a fact-filled library available in the credit union publishing industry! This library is neatly laid out and searchable, so our subscribers can research every CU topic with ease.

This CU library ties in very neatly with our new “Team Builder” subscription program. Credit unions are signing up to receive CU business information, 10 team members at a time. And included in the price of admission are the monthly eMagazine and weekly eNewsletters as well as specially delivered pdf copies of the important articles, by job title, and full use of the “CU BUSINESS” website!

This content is for CU BUSINESS eMagazine , Special Deal: 2 websites , and NEW! The Leadership Team Builder Group Subscription members only.
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