Tom Glatt, Jr. To Speak On Selecting And Executing The Right Business Model

Glatt Consulting’s Tom Glatt, Jr. will deliver a conference session entitled Selecting And Executing The Right Business Model at CU Conferences’ 31st Annual Bottom Line Conference. The conference addresses the challenges of increasing credit union earnings and bottom line profitability. It is scheduled for February 19-22, 2013 and will be held at the Cosmopolitan Resort and Casino in Las Vegas.

Session Description

“Not for profit, but for service” is a common credit union refrain. Though a guiding statement, for many credit unions “service” has never been clearly spelled out. It exists as a vague, abstract concept ultimately left to be defined by either the person deliver- ing the service, or by the person receiving it.

Service can mean great rates, great locations, great people, great hours, all of the above—or none of the above. Without definition, “service” as an ultimate goal is meaningless and impossible to deliver. Determining what service means to your credit union requires the selection of an appropriate business model and an understanding of that model.

In this session Tom discusses three core business model concepts, how each one drives to a specific and clear definition of service and how to decide which may be right for your credit union.

Conference Description/Details

Increasing your credit union’s earnings these days can be a challenge. We have once again put together a group of presenters that are sure to guide you in the right direction to help you increase your credit union’s earnings. Unite with fellow Board of Directors, CEOs, Marketing and Business Development Managers, Supervisory Committee Members, and others from credit unions across the country that are responsible for increasing the bottom line of their credit unions.

Conference details and registration available on the CU Conferences website at http://www.cuconferences.com/?p=1549

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