About innovation, Apple CEO Steve Jobs consistently urged his company to “just figure out what’s next."
CUNA has taken that challenge to heart in the past year.
Today, you’ll see “what’s next” from our communications team with the debut of a new website: news.cuna.org.
We’re bringing together—on the same platform—all of the expert news and analysis you’ve come to expect day in and day out:
• creditunionmagazine.com—the website for CUNA’s flagship magazine, offering thought leadership from CUNA and industry experts, compliance guidance, and strategic solutions from your business partners; and
• News Now—CUNA’s daily online news source, providing critical updates and perspectives on emerging legislation, regulations, and important advocacy issues.
For years, creditunionmagazine.com and News Now have been delivering comprehensive coverage of the movement: economic and trend data for your strategic planning, legislative and regulatory expert analysis, best practices on credit union service excellence, leadership profiles, and boardroom insights.
That won’t change. But now you can turn to one site for all of your daily news—and you’ll find a refreshing, more convenient reader experience, too.
Like all projects, our new website has been an evolution. But from the start, our talented team made a commitment to our readers—and to each other—to make news.cuna.org your daily starting point for news.
And I mean “team” in the broadest sense of the word.
Editors and writers do not work in a vacuum. With the support of CUNA’s leadership team, we’ve relied on our information technology team, our member services team, our technology partners, our design team, our marketing team, and our business development team.
The result of this collaboration: two trusted sources together on one platform, bringing you the expert voices in the movement.
When you see the changes, let us know what you think. Our team also includes you.
And with your feedback, we’ll start working on what’s next—all over again.
ANN HAYES PETERSON is Credit Union Magazine's editor in chief.