DakCU is excited to announce that registration is open for our 2022 New Ideas Conference! This year, we are headed to the historic Black Leg Ranch, a place that takes pride in Dakotas’ history and legacy. Located just 25 miles southeast of Bismarck, Black Leg Ranch is the perfect setting for this year’s event.
The 2022 New Ideas theme, “People – Product – Purpose,” will encompass positive relationship building with your members while embracing those same cooperative principles within your own credit union doors. A ranch style setting, where cooperation is necessary for the success of all, is the perfect backdrop for this experience.
Reaching, retaining, and engaging with current – as well as future members – requires innovation and imagination. Are you ready to see the financial services industry through new insights and strategies?
DakCU’s New Ideas Conference will leave you excited, invigorated, and inspired with new concepts, as well as actionable steps and key takeaways that you can implement at your organization immediately.
Due to feedback from previous attendees, we have condensed this event into 1.5 days, making optimum use of your valuable time and resources. We have also engaged Chris Lorence, executive director of CUNA’s CU Awareness, LLC, as our emcee. Many of you will remember Chris from last year’s New Ideas Conference, where he was a first-time attendee and speaker. He loved it so much, he happily agreed to return for this year’s conference as our New Ideas facilitator! We are also finalizing other speakers and topics, so stay tuned for those exciting details coming soon.
For your convenience, we have reserved a block of rooms at the Residence Inn in Bismarck. Plan on checking in on Monday, October 3rd, and then we will board a shuttle bus together from the hotel directly to Black Leg Ranch at 3:00 p.m. (Of course, you are welcome to drive yourself – but look at this as a fun little “field trip!” That evening, we will return by bus to the hotel, and resume our meetings at the ranch the following morning, October 4th, for a full day – into evening – schedule of presentations and activities.
Remember, this event has limited capacity and does fill up fast, so we recommend you make plans now to attend and REGISTER EARLY! We hope to see you there!
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